HR Chain of Command
The HR chain of command is very important for the staff to understand. Each worker in human resources will have slightly different roles to play. It is important to make sure that one human resources staff is getting overloaded in terms of tasks or surprise employee visits.
When negotiating for a salary in human resources, it is a good idea to check for different salaries under different title names. As you will see, the title makes a lot if difference in how you are paid.
It is the job is human resources to be able to transmit paperwork confidentially around the work place. There are some very important protocols that must be maintained.
Employees need to know who to give confidential information to in order to protect the company from lawsuits. Anything that is typed into an email on the company’s server becomes part of public record, if subpoena is issued.
Human Resources Salary Requirements
Salaries for human resources can be negotiated by the hour, the month or the year. It is important to note that the salary amounts listed here may not be accurate for your location. This is a rough estimation based off the national average.
Up-to-date representations can be found at Glassdoor.
HR Chain Of Command
The chain of command is the structure of who reports to whom. Many businesses use the silo approach where offices are tiered. Modern businesses are using a more dynamic and fluid structure in which the team is more agile.
- Executive Jobs
- Management Jobs
- Specialist Jobs
Scroll through the job titles and salaries below to get an idea of what is the national average pay for each position.
HR Executive Job Titles
Chief Human Resources Officer $105,692
Vice President of Human Resources $146,334
HR Management Job Titles
Benefits Manager $31,757
Director of Human Resources $94,163
Employee Relations Manager $76,988
Retention Manager $71,648
Staffing Manager $43,312
Talent Manager $81,392
Workforce Manager $40,000
HR Specialist Job Titles
Compensation Analyst $62,245
Credentialing Specialist $35,560
Employee Relations Specialist $59,944
Employment Specialist $32,725
HR Administrator $56,874
HR Business Partner $72,798
HR Generalist $65,000
HRIS Analyst $65,000
Human Resources Technician $51,887
Inclusion Specialist $56,834
Retention Specialist $29,600
Staffing Consultant $45,000
Talent Buyer $56,303
Union Organizer $72,632
Workday Consultant $45,200
Workforce Analyst $45,000
HR Support Job Titles
Credentialing Coordinator $36,150
HR Coordinator $50,604
Staffing Coordinator $33,000
Recruiting Job Titles
Technical Recruiter $43,312
No matter the HR Chain of Command, it is important for employees to work together to give everyone the best working experience possible. Workers depend on knowing their shifts and a clearly laid out schedule.
Although these salaries listed above are part of the national average, it is a good idea to keep what employees are actually making confidential.
It is important to note that if employees want to discuss their wages with other employees, it is legal for them to do (and illegal for you to reprimand for).