Human Resource

Human Resource

Human resources majors can be considered as specialists responsible for recruiting, screening, interviewing and placement of employees. This also includes aspects of employee relations, payroll and benefits and staff training. Human resource managers plan, direct and coordinate the administrative functions of an organization. Graduates are required to have clear knowledge of business management and administration, as well as know how to deal with people and have an understanding of corporate and labor law, planning, and psychology. In the advent of business growth, labor relationships become increasingly complicated and as such more companies are turning to human resource majors to assist companies communicate, reward, and enthuse their employees.

Potential Careers

  • Training and Development Manager
  • Health and Safety Advisor
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Talent Acquisition Manager
  • Recruitment Consultant
  • Occupational Psychologist
  • Industrial Relations Consultant
  • Employee Relations Officer
  • Equal Opportunities Officer
  • Talent Retention Manager