I want to apply for a work permit but I need a letter from a company saying that they want me to work for them in order to get it. Does anyone know a way around this? I have 4 years as a Human Resources Administrator , I speak French, and I have a Bachelors degree. It shouldn't be that hard to get a job with my qualifications but I'm having a very hard time.
My teacher told me she could see me as having a job as a business administrator or human resources director. She underlined administrator and director saying they were "key words" Does that mean I am a good leader? I dont even know what these jobs do!
I have a upcoming job interview at PGW for a Human Resources position and I upon doing research I find very little insight on what to expect when I'm there.
I'm sure they will ask basic questions and tell me about the company and its history.. But I'm worried about the unexpected questions like situational and such.
I'm also unsure if they will ask me about things like physical science which would require me to do some homework on before the actual interview tomorrow.
Any opinions would be greatly appreciated just keep in mind that its a Human Resources position and not a actual field labor position. Thank you!
I live in nevada and i am considering a bachelors on BBA in Human Resources, i would also like to know if you can get hired with only a bachelors?
Any information is welcomed:)
And what skills do you need to get this job and succeed at it? What personal strengths and attributes should you highlight on your CV relevent to this job?
What makes a good human resources person?
Im finishing an internship in Human Resources. Im graduating in 3 months, and will most likely volounteer myself as the new manager or junior manager of the human resources department. Im just doing research to see what a reasonable starting salary is, generally speaking, in canada for this positon. My stage pays 16/hr at the moment.
Any advice or information about the field's starting wages and conditions are appreciated.
I'm a office administrator for a major laundry/uniform company and i hold a bachelor degree in business administration. Within my job i manage one girl and I also am a human resource manager for 14 people. i only make 20,000 a year, and i have only been there for about 6 months. i want to know what others in this job position make.
I am looking to get into the world of Human Resources starting off as maybe a HR Assistant/Administrator. Now what I would like to know is if it is better to study for a university degree in Business and focus more on the HR aspect or do I apply directly to CIPD and get a Certificate in Human Resources Practise?
I am 22 years old and already have around 5 years experience in an Administrative role.
Any advice is greatly appreciated
Ideally, i think i'd like a career in human resources but i was wondering if there'd be more options outside of human resources if i got a degree in business administration. however, would i be able to go further within HR with a degree in just HR alone?
I have a B. A. but its in economics; I'm trying to get a position as an Human Resources assistant because I think its a good way to get my foot in the door, but that was when I was planning on a career as a HR generalist. But now I see that HRIS might be more for me... advice?
I am in the middle of creating my CV for a Human Resouces administrator position. The person specification explains that it is essential to have considerable experience of setting up systems and processes. Could someone please explain to me what this is please, so I can research it. I have all the other skills relevant to the job. Thanks in advance.
I know they may do these tests for people wanting to have a job as a nurse, tech or something else where you deal with people's health hands on, but I was wondering if they use these tests for people wanting to apply to administrative positions such as a human resources coordinator or an administrative assistant. Anybody who has a job in this field as an administrator, I would greatly appreciate your input.
I would like to be counselor at a college, high school, or for professionals.
I have a Bachelors in Psychology and a Masters in Human Resources plus 3 years interviewing and selection experience.
Is there any website specifically for career counselors? I am very familiar with all your general job boards (monster, indeed, Career builder), but you comb through thousands of posts for one real career counselor post.
Looking to go back to school...maybe get an online degree. Can anyone tell me anything about Human Resources?
Since most HR jobs require experience how do you get your foot in the door and gain any experience?
I'm a 19 year old college student in the UK and am studying business studies, I'm interested in moving onto a human resources role within a business:
Does anyone know any good tips to get me into HR, such as what other subjects or qualifications I need?
And if you are currently in HR or have worked in a similar field before just give me a further insight on what to expect.
Thanks for your time
Any suggestion's would be great. Also what does a Human Resource Administrator do?? How much do they get paid? Where can I find jobs as a Human Resource Administrator??
I left my job under non-amicable conditions and would like to rollover my money to an IRA. The direct rollover must be approved by the plan administrator. I want to know if she can deny or stop the rollover legally and if not, is there anything I can do to force her to approve it faster.
Which would be a better choice in terms of job availability. And which one tends to make more money.
Thanks in advance.
I am thinking of becoming a social worker but i'm unsure what job opportunities there will be once I finish the degree. Can anyone give me examples (as many as possible) where a social worker may work? Also do you have to specialise in one area?
Are there similar jobs available where I would be helping people, but the degree isn't necessary?