The human resource professional, in any organization, plays a strategic role in the success of the organization. A human resource professional needs to be competent in human resource knowledge, able to facilitate change, have personal credibility which includes trust and confidentiality, and the understanding of how a business operates. Graduates may be employed as a: Human Resource Specialist, Benefits Specialist, Compensation Analyst, Recruiter, Training and Development Coordinator, Human Resource Generalist, or Human Resource Assistant.
What You'll Learn
- Facilitate communication with employees.
- Manage Human Resource record keeping and research.
- Administer employee compensation and benefits.
- Apply Federal, State, and local employment regulations/laws.
- Recruit, hire, and orient new employees.
- Write policies and handbooks.
- Solve employee relation situations.
- Health care
- Retail corporations
- Buffets, Inc.
- Wells Fargo Bank
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- Deluxe Corporation
- United Hospital
- Metropolitan Urologic Specialists, PA
- State of Minnesota
- Typical starting salaries for entry level positions range from $26,000 - $32,000 and for mid-level positions, $35,000 - $45,000.
- The career potential is excellent for experienced and educated Human Resource Professionals.
- There continues to be a good demand for HR professionals.