A human relations executive or human resources manager handles staffing issues, administers employee services and mediates disputes in the workplace, states the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The human resources manager is also involved in the disciplinary procedures of the company and oversee the recruitment and selection of employees and participates in applicant interviews and the hiring process.
The human resources manager plans and coordinates the company's workforce to make the best use of talent, reports the BLS. The human resources manager is the link between employees and the company's upper management. The job may entail advising managers on policies, such as sexual harassment and equal employment opportunity requirements in the workplace. In addition, the manager of human resources may coordinate and supervise work done by the support staff and others. The manager may be responsible for organizing recruitment strategies.
The human resources manager may also conduct strategic planning sessions with top executives. Depending on the company for which the human resources manager works, he may be required to manage all aspects of human resources, including compensation and benefits programs. The person may work with unions and deal with labor contracts or disputes that arise regarding labor contracts, coordinating grievance procedures and other issues throughout the organization.