Entry-Level Human Resources (HR) Administrator Salary (United Kingdom)
The average salary for an Entry-Level Human Resources (HR) Administrator is £19,093 per year. A skill in Benefits & Compensation is associated with high pay for this job.
£15,591 - £24,664
£6.43 - £10.99
|Salary||£15,591 - £24,664|
|Bonus||£0.00 - £2,964|
|Total Pay (|
XTotal Pay combines base annual salary or hourly wage, bonuses, profit sharing, tips, commissions, overtime pay and other forms of cash earnings, as applicable for this job. It does not include equity (stock) compensation, cash value of retirement benefits, or the value of other non-cash benefits (e.g. healthcare).)
|£15,417 - £24,852|
|Hourly Rate||£6.43 - £10.99|
|Overtime||£0.00 - £15.89|
|Bonus||£0.00 - £2,964|
|Total Pay (||£15,417 - £24,852|
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Human Resources (HR) Administrator in Milton Keynes:
"HR Advise, Inductions, Interviews, General Admin, PO's etc."
Become an CIPD member, study a course of your choice starting from a Certificate in Human Resources, (Level 3) to a Diploma in HR Management (level 5), Higher levels 7 Degree or Masters. Human Resources has many branches you can select and choose to specialize in so in terms of a solid and exciting career HR world is your oyster.
Human Resources (HR) Administrator in London:
Teamwork and good communication skills are efficient and effective in attaining organisational aims, goals and objectives. An organisation that provides career and professional development and training will also help boost skills and create job satisfaction and career development for employees. HR Administrators are required to attend conferences and events, and encouraged to acquire more training in CIPD courses. One needs to be approachable and confident. To become a human resource officer, you need to be tactful and friendly. Sometimes you’ll need to be firm, too. You will also need to be careful with confidential information. To become a human resources officer, you need to have: Good spoken and written communication skills. The ability to build good working relationships with colleagues at all levels, fairness and objectivity, discretion with confidential information. Also good organisational ability and high levels of accuracy and attention to detail and calmness under pressure.
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