HR Manager job roles, responsibilities, descriptions, duties and salary

HR Manager job roles, responsibilities, descriptions, duties and salary

Date of posting: 23 Sep 21

What Does a HR Manager Do?

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Job designation: -HR Manager

 HR managers are responsible for managing human resources. They are responsible for helping the company maintain a healthy work environment and professional development of its employees. They also oversee all aspects of recruitment and employee retention.

Duties and responsibilities of a HR Manager

A human resources manager is a person who is responsible for managing the human resources of a company or organization. They often assist employees in finding jobs and keeping up to date on workplace laws. They also handle issues such as employee benefits, training, and job placement.

  • Manage the overall strategic direction of the HR function

  • Develop HR policies and procedures to support company goals

  • Ensure personnel policies are aligned with corporate values

  • Develop a comprehensive talent management plan to identify key skills gaps across the company

  • Manage a global workforce that includes both direct employees and consultants/contractors

  • Be a subject matter expert in all aspects of HR including compensation and benefits, employee relations, recruiting, training and development, succession planning, performance management

  • Develop long-term strategies for future growth

  • Oversee organizational culture to ensure alignment with company goals

Places of employment for a HR Manager

  •  Business organizations 

  • Banks

  • Public administration offices

Work schedule of a HR Manager

 The HR Manager is expected to be in the office by 9am and work until 6pm, but the day-to-day work schedule varies depending on the company.

Qualifications required to become a HR Manager

A pre-requisite of HR Manager is an Honours degree in any discipline. A master degree in HR management is required from a reputed B-School. 

Under-graduate courses to become a HR Manager

  • Graduation in any discipline 

Eligibility to pursue the course: -

Entrance-exams to be taken to pursue the course

  • Merit-based admission

  • Entrance exams as per some institutes

Institutes which are offering these courses

  • Any college or institution that is recognized by the UGC, AICTE and NAAC

Post-graduate courses for a HR Manager

  • MBA (Human Resources Management)

Eligibility to pursue the course: -

  •  Graduate in any stream

  • 50 to 60% pass at the time of graduation

Entrance-exams to be taken to pursue the course

  •  CAT

  • MAT

  • XAT

Institutes which are offering these courses

  • XLRI Jamshedpur

  • Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi

  • IIM Ranchi

  • IISWBM, Kolkata

  • IMI, Delhi

Key/Technical skills

  •   Be able to identify your strengths and weaknesses

  • Be able to build effective relationships with different people at different levels at work

  • Be able to communicate effectively with all types of people

  • Be able to motivate yourself and others

  • The list of soft skills for a HR Manager in India is as follows:

  • Ability to work with people and understand them

  • Ability to empathize and relate to others

  • Organization and time management skills

Salary expectations

  • Average salary: -Rs. 6.9 lakhs per annum

  • Entry level salary: - Rs. 3.6 lakhs per annum

  • Experienced-level salary: - Rs. 20 lakhs per annum

Process of getting the job of a HR Manager

  • Placement from colleges, universities and other recognized institutions

  • Job searching on LinkedIn or Indeed for HR Manager posts

  • Checking out any institution’s profile and requirements for a HR Manager