Human Resources Supervisor Career

Published On: December 19th, 20181.3 min readCategories: Career Advice

IQ Academy’s Human Resource Management Course will provide the right foundation for students that are interested in starting a career as a Human Resources Supervisor. This business short course is run over a 24-month period, but can often be completed in 12-18 months of the start date. The course covers an introduction to management, industrial relations and people management, as well as training and development. Completing these studies will open opportunities for you to take on positions across the human resources industry, while it also provides the skills required for management or supervisory positions. The Human Resources Supervisor oversees various functions within the department, with the position coming with a number of important responsibilities. This person will need to develop and implement a number of policies, procedures, systems and guidelines that relate to HR, while also ensuring these implementations are followed. Any HR planning and analysis will also fall on their shoulders, while you may also be required to handle the review and screening process for employees. The Human Resources Supervisor will also be involved in all disciplinary issues within a company, from the investigation stage to the completion of any action taken against the individual. Computer skills will be required as you will need to present reports to higher management, and you should also be a problem solver as well as an analytical thinker. Talk to a consultant at IQ Academy today about the Human Resource Management Course and how it can benefit you in starting a career as a Human Resources Supervisor.

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