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Due to the extensive nature of HR, your role could be extremely varied but obviously this depends on the type of business you're working in. Typical daily duties might include:
Your working week will, in most cases, be the standard 35 hours though this is just a guideline as it varies depending on which industry/type of business you're working in.
Experience in a previous role is often enough to land an HR Admin role, though increasingly employers are looking for candidates with relevant qualifications such as those offered by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). If you've no experience then entry to the profession is tricky and it's likely that you'd be required to have at least a very good degree. It may be worthwhile taking the base-level CIPD course, the CPP, which gives you a basic understanding of the HR function.
An advantage of the job is that you will be constantly gaining skills in HR and this may enable you to progress your career to a purely HR role. Many employers encourage this and push employees to gain the relevant qualifications needed to take the next step up.
Employers will usually be looking for the following skills:
Salary InformationSalaries vary geographically and as usual, expect a higher salary in London and the South East. A typical starting salary would be anything between £14000 and £18000 per year though this could rise to nearly £20000 plus benefits in the City or West End.
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