As a recruitment agency specialising in Human Resources, Boost’RH Groupe can help you recruit your future Human Resources Manager (M/F).
Together with our HR sourcing team, we will conduct an accurate search for candidates with the knowledge of the HR Manager‘s job.
Then our HR recruiters will check, during the qualification and recruitment interviews, whether the candidates’ personal skills match your company’s values.
Finally, good sourcing and careful selection are not enough to ensure employee loyalty. That is why we will check the candidates’ ability to integrate and their pleasure in working in your company. This willingness to integrate must be reciprocal, which is why our coaches will enjoy accompanying your teams.
Because every word has its importance, to make it easier for you to define and write the job of HR Manager, we have prepared the main tasks of an HR Manager.
In constant contact with the company’s HR department and the employees, the Human Resources Manager is the privileged correspondent of the company’s employees.
The Human Resources Manager participates in the implementation of HR policy within a company. He or she is also responsible for receiving, informing and advising operational staff.
The HR Manager is responsible for managing the entry and exit of employees in the company, i.e. the recruitment of new employees, the drafting of employment contracts, the establishment of job descriptions and the integration of new employees.
It also deals with the administrative part of personnel, in particular the follow-up of employees’ administrative files, the declaration to the social services (management of medical visits, DUE, disciplinary follow-up, etc.) and the establishment of leave requests.
Its remit also includes the administrative management of social relations: staff representation, administrative management of CSE meetings, social reporting (BDES) and sharing information with employees.
In addition, the HR Manager may also be required to work on the preparation of payrolls (IJSS, variable elements, absences, social contributions, etc.).
The job of HR Manager requires a variety of skills, as it is a multi-skilled position. On a day-to-day basis, the job requires a solid knowledge of sociology, social law, psychology and economics. A thorough knowledge of HRIS is also essential.
In terms of know-how, his or her writing skills will be regularly called upon, as will his or her organisational skills and rigour when it comes to referring to labour law, or alerting people to a malfunction, for example.
In direct daily contact with employees, the HR Manager must also demonstrate a certain level of interpersonal skills. Listening skills and a sense of confidentiality are essential qualities, as are good interpersonal skills and teamwork.
A 2-year degree is generally required to become an HR manager. A DUT in Law and Personnel Management or a DUT in Business and Administration Management are two keys to the profession. A degree in HR management is another possible route. A minimum of two years’ experience in the field of human resources is often required to complete this academic training.
The gross annual salary of an HR Manager varies from around €24,000 gross per year at the beginning of their career to €35,000 gross per year after several years of experience. These figures can vary depending on a number of criteria, such as the geographical area where the HR Manager works, the company’s activity, the experience of the HR Manager, or the size of the company in which he or she works.
After several years in the job, the HR Manager can move on to HRBP, HR Manager, Payroll and Personnel Administration Manager and end his/her career as HR Director.
The HR Manager may also choose to specialise in an area of HR management and become a Training Manager, Payroll Manager, Recruitment Manager, or Social Relations Manager.
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