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HR Coordinator profile can be a good start as I have started my career as HR Coordinator. About your role it really depends on the company. It also depends on your profile if it is in recruitment or in core HR.
Please let me know what is your company into to assist you further.
11th September 2013 From India, Pune
Thanks for the reply . Actually i work in a security company and its a danish company . Its totally like providing the manpower . ex - security guard armed guard etc.
I wanted to know as a HR COORDINATOR what is the roles & responsibilities.
Am working in HR operations mostly am into field work like visiting the top 15 clients for adressing the grievance and solve if any grievance found & employee connect.
This what now it is given to me .
Kindly please suggest me .............
13th September 2013 From India, Chennai
1. What is your background, I mean have you done any formal course in HR, as your query gives me a little doubt?
2. Do you want to consider this as a job or a career?
The two are different a job would mean that you do something to earn some money to make a living, whereas, if it is a career, you'll be wanting to seriously learn all aspects of the area you are working in, by getting into the depths and understanding every nut-and-bolt aspect of the profession.
Anyway without wasting too much time and not being faulted for sermonizing, I would share with you, what I see as the role of a Human Resource Coordinator.
The Human Resources coordinator is a hands-on representative of the Human Resources department whose job is to help facilitate all basic Human Resources functions. The coordinator works immediately beneath the Human Resources manager or director but does not ordinarily supervise anyone directly. With diverse yet substantive job responsibilities, the Human Resources coordinator works with both current employees and new hires, making this a key position within a company. In short, it is essentially to facilitate all aspects of developing the Human Resources Department, in the organization you are in.
As a Human Resource Coordinator, opening or primary responsibilities is that you will be called on to perform many different tasks that allow the human resource arena to function properly. You will need to help maintain accurate records, coordinate recruiting procedures, process resumes, coordinate interview schedules and help conduct reference and background checks.
In my experience most of these HR titles reflect the type of HR work they perform more than a hierarchy within a particular structure.
For example an HR coordinator and HR generalist can be either management or staff, the difference is their role within the organization. A coordinator or generalists refers more to their overarching responsibility in regard to HR activities. An HR generalist would have a working knowledge in all aspects of HR and you would find this type of position in smaller organizations where your HR staffing is limited. An HR coordinator is similar but in an even smaller organization.
An HR coordinator's duties are both multifaceted and challenging.
They require strong communication skills, with the ability to build positive working relationships, I list out a few here though not in any particular order but important indeed
Listening/Hearing/Talking: ability to hear normal speech, speak and hear on the telephone, and speak in person. The most important thing though is "listening" with not only your ears but your heart and soul too
Communicate effectively in oral and written form
Understand and carry out oral and written directions;
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
Work effectively under stress
Stamina/Endurance/Mobility: ability to sit for long periods, move about an office, stand occasionally, reach above and below desk level.
Smartness/Dexterity/Finesse: An all rounder with sufficient keyboard operation skills, handle individual papers, write and take notes, and in case you are asked to make a small speech, presentation etc., do it with confidence and poise .
Visual Requirements: close vision sufficient to read files, documents, and computer screens and do close-up work; ability to adjust focus frequently.
Emotional/Psychological Factors: ability to make decisions and concentrate; frequent contact with others including some public contact; frequent deadlines and time-limited assignments.
Things that you should be wanting to learn
Applicable policy, operational procedures, and requirements related to processing of employment transactions; various bargaining contracts, and other guidelines for processing such transactions, pertaining to human resource management programs.
Techniques pertaining to human resource management systems
Methods, procedures, and techniques of organization and planning
Effectively and efficiently plan, organize, and coordinate personnel management action programs
Plan, organize, and implement a variety of personnel management operational functions
Strong organizational and administrative abilities.
Coordinate with Payroll Coordinator to initiate payroll transfer or leave balance adjustment applicable to the circumstance.
Ability to oversee the preparation and processing of a variety of complex administrative appointments and retroactive appointment changes
Maintain the security and confidentiality of specified records and information;
Having said all this I would say please make reading a habit - it could be business books, about the industry in which your are working, biographies, business successes, leadership etc.. Keep yourself up-to-date on things happening within our country and the world outside.
Learn something new everyday, share something new with someone everyday. Keep a personal record of the daily progress you make as a professional as an individual.
This is the race of your life and that you are competing only with yourself, and remember not to compare yourself with anyone in the world on any aspect.
Conclusion: The guarantee of your future is non-existent. No one will create a future for you, in fact, you have to carve it out for yourself, by learning, and building your knowledge, skills, competence. You will need to create opportunities for growth by being a stand out. When anyone interacts with you, make an impression in a manner that you'll not only be noticed, but will be wanted, promoted, respected and celebrated. Today you may be a beginner, but who knows you could be a "superstar." Be inspired, Amitabh Bachan is a shining example of this fact.
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16th September 2013 From India, Hyderabad
With addition to our experts advise, I would like to define you with small points.
See, actualy the competent level of a HR Manager and HR Cordinater is the same but there is great difference between the nature of work.
Generally, some Organisations do not prefer to take the Responsibility of HR issues. They do not prefer to divort themselves from their primary goal. In this situation, they prefer to Management HR related activities through different consultants or Third parties. At this stage, the duty of the HR Coordinator to communicate with all the parties for various reasons as such as for, Recruitment, Payroll and Payments, PF, ESI, Prof Tax, Labour Issues, Canteen, Vehicle, Housekeeping and pest control, Hygine and sanitation, Training and davelopment, etc....
16th September 2013 From India