According to one study the national average is 1 HR specialist per 100

According to one study the national average is 1 hr

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industries. According to one study, the national average is 1 HR specialist per 100 employees. Some industries—construction, agriculture, retail and wholesale trade, and services—have fewer personnel specialists than the average. Others—public utilities, durable goods manufacturing, banking, insurance, and government—have an above-average ratio.” [Iva13] Motors and More will not be able to be successful if they staff the HR Department according to the national average. They must hire more to function with the challenges they face. One of the challenges they face is not having a large labor pool in their area. To help with this challenge they need human resource specialists to focus on recruitment. A recruiter can also help them with their diversity issues. Once they get the workers it is important they develop them. Making it important for them to focus on compensation, benefits, and development. They also need Employee Relations specialists. The Employee Relations specialist can help plan and build a HR strategy. They will also be instrumental in establishing procedures and policies for the company. To overcome these challenges, Motors and More should establish a human resources department of five HR specialists under the Director and three to five entry level human resource personnel to assist the specialists. Just as they should work with the local schools to attract talented people for production, they should do the same for the Human Resources Department. Page 3
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MBA 533 – Human Resource in Management – Comprehensive HR ProjectHuman Resource Organization ChartPosition Descriptions, Requirements, and Salary RangePositionEducationExperienceSalaryRoles and ResponsibilitiesPage 4
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MBA 533 – Human Resource in Management – Comprehensive HR ProjectHR DirectorMaster’s Degree(or Bachelor’s w/ equivalent experience10+ years75,000100,000Develop and maintain a Human Resource Strategy. Oversee all Human Resource Functions. HR Specialist (Recruitment)Bachelor’s Degree5+ years50,00070,000Develop a plan to attract new talent and improve diversity. Interview and hire.HR Specialist (Compensation& Benefits)Bachelor’s Degree5+ years50,00070,000Oversee pay, employee benefits including health care, and performance evaluations. HR Specialist (Employee Relations)Bachelor’s Degree5+ years50,00070,000HR planning and strategy, labor relations, legal and compliance, and communication.HR Specialist (Training and Development)Bachelor’s Degree5+ years50,00070,000Continuing education. Develop opportunities for internal promotion. Mentorship programsHR Specialist (Health & Safety)Bachelor’s Degree5+ years50,00070,000Safety and prevention. Emergency Preparedness. Inspect facilities and workplace.Entry/Mid-LevelHR staffBachelor’s Degree(or HS Diploma w/ experience)0 – 5 years30,00050,000Assist HR specialists in all aspects of Human Resources.
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