Basically I had a human resources representative call me in for a meeting and he acted totally unprofessional. How does one file a grievance against a human resources person? Do these people have some kind of ethical guidelines or regulations to follow?
I work for a great company doing entry level stuff. I've worked there since July. I have nearly completed my Master's degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology with an emphasis in Human Resources. Just today my company announced that they are hiring a new Human Resource Representative!!! I looked over the job description and it sounds EXACTLY like what I want to do! I'm also very well qualified for the job, according to the qualifications they posted. Now, I just have to apply for this job and hopefully they'll call me for an interview. Any tips you can give me?
My Human Resources Representative asked me if I wasn't feeling well because I had my period. IO came into work 35 minutes late and called an hour before hand to let them know i wasn't feeling well and I was going to be late. I have been late to work 2 times in the past 2 years I hacve worked here. Is that a violation of any NYS labor law? Can she asked me things like that?
I am currently working for an HR services firm but there seems to be a glass ceiling for me. I am currently a participant services representative (customer service with some administrative duties).
I am attending the University of Texas at Arlington in August for a Bachelors in BA/ Human Resources. Please help me find my footing.
What kinds of jobs are available for those with a Masters in Human Resources? Also what kind of wage can be associated with the positions? Is there a better region of the country to look in for a well paying Human Resources position?
Card before they allow you to take pre-employment testing? The company goes on to say that if they do not hire you that they will keep this info locked up for 2 years. This has set off red flags in my mind. It is a large corporation in Illinois. I have never experienced this request. Would really appreciate replies from Human Resources representatives.
I have an interview with a company called Services Inc Staffing for a Human Resources Client Services Representative position, how to prepare?
I am a recent college graduate with a concentration in Dispute Resolution. I am interested in the field of human resources, and am having a hard time finding entry level jobs. What types of entry level work should I be looking for and where should I be looking?
This section is intended for the reader to understand my skill/ experiece level for the kind of jobs I am asking about:
Fifteen years experience as HR Benefits Representative for large Midwest bank with international locations. Five years as Inbound Call Center Case Manager serving customer base of 73,000 people. I specialize in the areas of enrollment/eligibility and claims customer service for Medical (HMO, PPO, POS, Indemnity) Dental (DMO and Comprehensive), Vision and Life insurance.
What are the normal hours for a Human Resource Manager?
Is there travel entailed in the job?
Are there any hazards?
What is the typical size of the work environment?
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.
Can someone who has majored in Business Administration and minor in Human Resources Management take up other business jobs such as marketing, public relations representative, etc...?
Would that person be able to do pretty much anything related to Business since they majored in Business Administration?
Do jobs really care about what a person may have minored in or does it depends?
I am a senior in high school and was just thinking about this.
Thanks for your answers they are GREATLY appreciated:)
Bookkeeping, Accounting Clerks, Account Collectors, Human Resources Assistant, Executive Secretaries, Administrative Assistants, Customer Service Representative, Insurance Claim/Processing Clerk?
I have an opportunity to further my education (I already have an AS) and get a certificate of completion. I want something that is very flexible to move between states (unlike something that requires a state certification). Which would be most useful in a small town?
Is this like an elimination round? I applied for a position as a human resource representative.
It's been my experience with Temporary agencies that they have you come in and do a gazillion tests and they tell you they have a job for you but you never really get called for anything. I haven't used a consulting firm because I figured they work just like the Temp agency does. But I wanted to know how the consulting firm makes their money too? I was recently laid off and I'm just looking for the resources that will be best beneficial for me and I dinstinctly recall using Temp agencies before and all I got was a bunch of testing and then once I finished all their crazy tests I didn't hear anything else about the position they claimed they had. But they all pretty much do so the same thing. So I would love to hear from Staffing Agency experts and or Consulting firm representatives too because it might explain a few things for me. In fact, anyone that has Human Resources knowledge that can answer this would be fantastic. I just want to go out into the workforce informed on the process.
Is there a typical time of these people call? Like mostly evenings or afternoons or mornings? Or do they call anytime of day?
Recently, I’ve become increasingly disturbed with a number of my female co-workers. About three months ago, the new human resource guy decided to “re-image” the company. As part of this new experiment, he went out and hired four extremely gorgeous women as outside sales representatives – none of which had any measurable sales experience at the time. Unfortunately, so far, they have accomplished very little. What they have accomplished, with astounding proficiency, is to strain customer relations, not to mention overall employee moral. After almost three months on the job, only one of them has shown an interest in being a part of the team or improving her overall product knowledge and presentational skills. The rest act as if they are on some sort of fast tract to the top. It’s as if they feel they “are” the new “image” in our “re-imaging” initiative and they can’t be touched. It’s starting to get out of control!!!
Obviously, this need to be addressed. How would you proceed?
I am an employee of a small family run company of about 40 people who like most all of the other employee feel like we are left out of the role of helping the business function, so to speak! It seems like this company does not like to give responsibilites to employees but keeps these roles among family members. My concern is we have grown so big that our human resource department "I am not even sure who that is" is not functioning for its employees. So what is the role of HR when an employee feels stressed, confused, and unsure of his/her job duties, or when an employee feels over worked and his/her co-worker is underworked. Please help to answer these questions so that I can either stop feeling like nobody cares or maybe seek action in correcting the atomosphere of the workplace.
Looking to go back to school...maybe get an online degree. Can anyone tell me anything about Human Resources?
I am also certified as a bank customer service representative.Should I apply now for jobs? I will be pursuing a degree in Human Resource and Double Majoring in Accounting. The job resources are more abundant on the mainland than Hawaii. My dream job is to work for an airlines, but I wouldn't mind working for a bank or a hotel either. any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!