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Careers in Human Resources

The role of the Human Resources team is to find, develop, differentiate, and retain the company’s workforce. By collaborating within the department and serving as a valuable partner with the business, HR is able to consult and advise on a wide variety of employee-related issues.

HR is also involved with:

Talent acquisition:
The process of finding and acquiring skilled talent for organizational needs.

Learning and development:
The development of the organization’s workforce, creating long- and short-term plans to cultivate the company’s workforce, identifying training needs, learning design and facilitation.

Compensation and benefits:
The development of plans offered to employees, such as, pay bands, wellness programs, and insurance offerings.

Employee and labor relations:
Developing, implementing, and administering the processes of analyzing the employer-employee relationship; performing ongoing evaluation of employee satisfaction and engagement. Employee and labor relations also include employee communication, motivation, and improving employee engagement.



  • Recruiter
  • Human Resources Specialist
  • Compensation Analyst
  • Manager, Compensation
  • Human Resources Support
  • Labor Relations Specialist
  • Human Resources Consultant
  • Learning Consultant
  • Learning Facilitator