HR Careers Hub

  • The In-house Recruitment Network is making noise in the recruitment and event industry with a one-day only Manchester Conversation Conference this 9th September 2015.
  • Do you know how to take a holiday? Stephanie Sparrow offers top tips on well-managed leave which is good for your profile.
  • Karen Richardson – Head HR Thomas Eggar LLP has been developing new initiatives and focusing on talent retention recently and Kim MacNamara – HR Recruitment Director Ashley Kate HR was keen to explore what unique strategies she has put in place to achieve success in this key area
  • We interview Head of HR and Workforce Development at Hampshire County Council, Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services to find out what's involved within the role and any key initiatives they're working on.
  • It is possible to start your human resources career without a specific HR qualification. Getting an HR assistant or officer role can be dependent on a good set of GCSEs, but once you start considering your HR career progression, you will also need to think about what additional qualifications or ...
  • For many HR professionals, there will come a point in their career where they ask themselves whether they want to remain an HR generalist or develop in one HR area and become a specialist. Choosing which path to take can be hard unless you have a passion for one particular area.
  • This free Personnel Today webinar, in association with PeopleDoc, looks at these emerging trends and focuses on how to create time for HR to focus on them.
  • Whether you're looking to start your career in HR or advance further, find out the qualifications you'll need and others that are available to help you progress.
  • Most modern companies are likely to employ Human Resources advisors, in addition to an experienced HR management and Directorship team. In these cases, HR advisors are expected to act as the first point of contact for all employee-related issues across a spectrum of departments.

  • In small to medium sized companies, HR managers tend to be responsible for all Human Resources activities within the business, of which we will expand a little in the following section.

  • An effective Human Resources department will usually employ a variety of different roles, encompassing the full scope of Human Resources activity within a company.

  • HR directors are ultimately responsible for all Human Resources activities within a business.

  • The role of HR manager is one that commands great respect and authority within any organization, and all of the hard work is necessary to attain this enviable position.

  • A HR director role is generally regarded as the pinnacle of a HR professional's career within the workplace. It is the most senior HR position within most companies, and is the next logical step you should be looking to take if you are currently in a HR management role.
  • Occupational health relates to ensuring that every business allows each and every one of their employees to undertake their daily work activities in a safe and healthy manner, both physically and mentally.
  • Former CIPD deputy and experienced HRD Susannah Clements shares her tips for standing out at the top of the HR function.
  • Curve ball questions have become part of the interview process, but many of us still dread them. Stephanie Sparrow looks at how to tackle the seemingly impossible.