Human Resource Administrator
A human resource administrator is the first point of contact within a company for all HR-related inquiries.
Human Resource Administrator Responsibilities
Maintain HR Information, Data and Records
Working in Human Resource Management may involve collecting data such as sick leave, annual leave, employment contracts, performance management records, learning and development records, company policies and procedure records or other employee data. A Human Resource Administrator is responsible for collecting, maintaining and updating these records.
Company Policies and Human Resource Documents
Updating company policies may be required. Examples of company policies could include:
- Work Health and Safety Policy
- Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination Policy
- Code of conduct
Other Human Resource documents could be employment contracts, job descriptions, resumes, compliance documents, organisation documents, training and development documents and more.
Administer Performance Development Processes
A Human Resource Administrator may assist the line managers to work with individuals on planning, monitoring and reviewing the individuals objectives, long-term goals, job trajectory and comprehensive contribution to the company. Steps in Performance Appraisal Processes may include but are not limited too:
- Establishing performance standards
- Communicating performance expectations to the employees
- Measuring actual performance
- Comparing actual performance with standards
- Discussing the appraisal with the employee
- If necessary, initiate corrective action
Recruitment and Onboarding
There are many different approaches and strategies a company may take as part of their recruitment and onboarding process. For clarification, recruitment happens before hiring and onboarding is the term used to describe the process of bringing a new staff member on board at a new place of work. There are usually 8 stages of recruitment and 5 stages of onboarding a Human Resource Administrator will take when hiring new staff.
WHS Policies, Procedures and Programs
A Human Resource Administrator will likely have a understanding of Work Health and Safety, the HRM professional may write a WHS policy or ensure procedures are followed regarding WHS.
Staff Professional learning and development
Training offered may involve company programs, team based activities and training, coaching or outsourced training (such as a course). Professional development may involve identifying individuals to participate in upskilling for an eventual promotional opportunity or to match skills required in their role.
Assist with payroll management
A Human Resource Administrator may assist the payroll department by providing them with up-to-date information on all employees, including sick leaves, leaves of absence, overtime hours, work schedules, and more. Depending on the business Human Resource Administrator’s may also process the payroll for the business.
Assist with employee separation and Termination processes
A separated employee is one who leaves an employment situation for any reason, whether voluntary or involuntary. A terminated employee is involuntarily let go, usually because of poor performance or lack of work. Termination of a employee involves empathy and there is usually 5 steps to take before terminating employment, which are:
- Identifying and Documenting the Issues
- Coach Employees to Rectify the Issue
- Create a Performance Improvement Plan
- Terminate the Employee
- Have HR Conduct an Exit Interview
In severe cases a termination may be required instantly for example gross or serious misconduct (theft, fraud or assault).
Human Resource Administrator Skills
Recruitment, Selection and Onboarding
In HR roles recruitment, selection and onboarding skills are highly regarded as the role does involve this as part of your work responsibilities.
Performance management processes
The performance management process is a collaborative, communication-based process where employees and management work together to plan, monitor and review the employee’s objectives, long-term goals, job trajectory and comprehensive contribution to the company.
Learning and development
Learning and development is a function within an organization that is responsible for empowering employees’ growth and developing their knowledge, skills, and capabilities to drive better business performance.
Being able to maintain positive, constructive employee relations, working to keep employees loyal and more engaged in their work.
The skill set which enables two or more parties work toward a solution to a problem or dispute.
A Qualification in Human Resource Management
Most businesses will request candidates to have completed a Certificate IV in Human Resource Management
Average Pay Human Resource Administrator
According to www.payscale.com the average pay for a Human Resource Administrator is AU$55,826
How to become a Human Resource Administrator
If this career sounds like something you want to do, we can help you!
Consider enrolling in our Certificate IV in Human Resource Management
The above course is nationally recognised and qualifies individuals for a role as a Human Resource Administrator.
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