Dear Seniors,
We have heared of these different profiles in HR like HR Recruiter, HR Generalist, HR-T&D etc but what is HR Analyst???
What exactly HR Analyst do and are there openings for this profile?
Looking forward for your response.....

From India, Sangrur
Hi All, 24 views and no replies......??? If we don’t get answers of our queries here than whoz gonna help.... expecting some repliess this time.. TC...
From India, Sangrur
Hi
Let me share my ideas about HR Analyst..............
HR Analyst do strategic & operational management activities related to employee performance to Human Resource. She / He may be a generalist working in several human resource functional areas or a specialist working in such areas as recruitment & selection, risk management or employee leave compliance & tracking.


HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST

As per my investigation and knowledge i'm telling

This is a single level classification. Incumbents perform professional level analytical work in a variety of assignments related to human resource administration. This class is distinguished from the Court Analyst position in that the latter class performs generalist administrative work involving multiple administrative areas that may include human resources, facilities, systems, operational management analysis, budget and other functions but is not limited to any single administrative area.

Under general direction he performs professional analytical support work in areas such as

recruitment, selection, classification, compensation, equal employment opportunity, labor relations, employee relations, performance coaching, succession planning, staff development, safety and risk management, payroll, compliance programs (e.g. EEOC, ADA, FMLA, CFRA, FLSA, and Workerís Compensation); recommends and administers approved personnel policies; and also performs a variety of complex administrative support tasks.

From India

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