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!
This is for a database. It will list the different types of contacts for a job. I came up with department manager, director of public affairs, human resources director, other, owner, shift supervisor, and vice president. Can you think of anymore?
I am a Human Resources Director, supervising just about 120 people total. I wonder often, what is the difference between a good job and a bad job? Is it just about the pay, or is there more to a job than that? Let me know!
I am sitting in class with an english teacher that doesn't know what she is talking about. There was a sentence "Our Director of Human Resources felt, nevertheless, that the applicant should be given an interview". She stated that Director shouldn't be capitalized because it's not a job title and Human Resources also shouldn't be capitalized. I personally think that a Director is a job title and Human Resources should be capitalized as well.
How do these human resource directors expect to hire what the union already knows? Unions built Detroit and now they will reap the consequences of Detroit becoming a third world sweatshop.
*** Detroit is actually a beautiful City with great people. Sure 8 mile is a little rough, but overall it was a great place to live.
I am currently taking a class on this and will be graduating soon. I have called many places and even talked to human resource directors at various hospitals and they all say you need the experience. Most of them did not even know where to get this kind of experience from either. Plus, they want all experience above your internship. Job fairs have been a complete failure. Any advice on where I could go or where to start once I graduate?
I just accepted a teaching job through the human resources director at the district that I interviewed with. However, I have only spoken to the principal that I interviewed with once and all she did was give me the human resource phone number. I don't know if I should send a note to the principal or not. Please help!
I went to apply for a Retail store in Nyc, and the position is seasonal. I went to the first interview (went great). Then the 2nd interview went well. I think the second interviewer was innacurate in telling me they would give me a call back in 2-3 so i called a week after that and the human resource director told me that the interview went well and they have to the process of checking everyones referances...
How long will that take? Do you think i have the job?
I am in my early 20s with a BS in Psych and CJ. I want to work in the Human Resources field. How does one get started in this field? Jobs are scarce these days, but the only positions I have found are the director/asst director or generalist. Where does one start? I prefer to work for the govt as I work at the state level now. Not the best paying job, but the benefits are pretty good.
At work we recently got a new supervisor. He's an ex carreer military man, close to retirement age.
This guy is a big wind bag with a chip on his shoulder, and he's making life hell for many of my coworkers, mostly the women. He berates them and criticizes them in front of others and frequently has them in tears. He's even verbally abusive to the other supervisors in front of the employees. But I don't care about them as they can take care of themselves.
I do care about my coworkers, and wish there was something I could do to this guy to divert his attention away from the workers to his own life or problems. I don't want to hurt him or do anything illegal, just redirect his attention, to give them a breather.
Our company had a strike several years ago and since then the company and the new human resource director have all had an attitude toward most of the workers, so they are unsimpathetic and unhelpful to people with problems.
So you go to four years undergraduate than an MBA in human resources right? What do you have to major in before getting an MBA?
My boss is a Director of Human Resources. He has done some non-ethical/unfair things to employees and continues to procrastinate important things. He expects me to cover him and act like I dont know anything when people ask questions. What should I do?
I was went for an job interview about last week Tuesday.
What is that mean when the director and human resource manager gave you their name card?
Does these mean you are in?
Should I contact them after 2 weeks or let them contact me first?
Has anyone had this experience? Please tell me about it. I work at a local hospital, in Environmental Services. Lots of the employees Human Resources has hired are below any hospital standard. I have performed with the intention of moving on to other hospitals should i choose. The last 6 months our supervisors and director tell us the contractors are there to help us out. I have only been there 5 years-there is a RUMOR going around that these contractors may replace us. Don't know who started it or how long they have been there. IT IS NOT UNCOMMON FOR HOSPITALS, or businesses, TO UTILISE CONTRACTORS. Our management has assured us it is just a rumor.The rumor persists and the contractors are there everyday. However, i do not see anyone BOLTING to find another job. I say they perform below standard because the EXCELLENT employees, throught the hospital, have DISAPPEARED-don't know if they left on their own or what. Many good emploeeys have DISAPPEARED and management KEEPS the bad ones.
There is NO UNION
Is it possible to get a job at that post right after I graduate from college? or do I have to have other experience before I apply for that post?
I'm writing a cover letter to apply for a job at a university. The resume, application and other docs are being mailed to the Office of Human Resources. What would be the most proper thing to write for the salutation? "Dear Sir or Madam"? "Dear Director of Human Resources?" "Dear Hiring Manager"?
I applied for a job 2 weeks ago with a company I had worked for for 2 years in the past and was interviewed last Tuesday. The interview went rather well, and the interviewer all but said I had the job pending my background check. She asked me if I had any criminal history, to which I said no, I've never even had as much as a traffic ticket. Here it is a week later and I've heard nothing. I have tried contacting the human resources director as well as my interviewer, neither have answered their phones and so I've left messages with both. I cannot figure out why I haven't been called to work, especially since it is only a menial labour position and the company is in great need of employees. The only thing I can think of is my credit, which I know isn't good due to some mistakes I made with getting a credit card when I was 18, in college, and had no job. Could bad credit stop me from getting even an unskilled labour job?
I found out tonight that I did indeed sign such a paper. I knew that the company did criminal background checks, but thought it was just that--for criminal history. When I picked up my application, I got an extra and I read the fine print on the background check authorization form just a bit ago. It says that the follwing may be investigated: past and present employers, institutions of learning, law enforcement agencies, consumer reporting agencies, military records, motor vehicle history, employment and earnings history, worker's compensation claims and general reputation, character or any other information requested by the Investigation company.
I applied for a job last week. I called the human resources dept today to verify the position was still open and that my application was received. I did some research and found the name of the director of the department that the job was in. Is it inappropriate to call the director and introduce myself/ express my interest in the position?
I have heard both pros and cons of both majors. now im having a real hard time to deside which one i i should take.
my opinion is : Human Resource Management would get better salaries, but would it be required to get higher degree (MBA??) in order to get a good position in HRM and as well as a good salary?? also i've heard that you dont even need a degree to get a job in HRM? is that true?
as for Hotel Management, i am not sure i'd like to deal with all kinds of custumers, i am not very good at being patient. but would there be more job opportunities than HRM?
also i'd like to know if its possible/easy for a graduate who has no experience in HRM to start his/her career in HRM?
anyways, i would go for the one with good salary and good job opportunties regardless of anything.
any suggestions would be a great help to me now. thanks!
Looking to go back to school...maybe get an online degree. Can anyone tell me anything about Human Resources?