Whether they are in the public, private, or not-for-profit sector, most organizations have a need for Human Resources Management professionals. Many professionals start their careers as ‘generalists’, dealing with a broad range of employment issues concerning pay, benefits, recruiting, hiring, performance management or career development.
Later on, practitioners often choose to specialize in one or more areas, and will often wear job titles that include:
- Manager, Talent Acquisition
- Director, Compensation and Benefits
- Human Resources Planning Specialist
- Corporate Trainer
- Employee Relations Advisor
- Organizational Development Consultant