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What does a human resources professional do?

Working in human resources appeals to those with excellent people skills and a strong interest in how an organization works. HR handles a wide range of issues from staff to management. HR officers identify current and future staffing needs, and
Human resource is a constantly changing and challenging profession. Ruth Estwick is the Human Resources Operations Manager for the newspaper Metro English Canada.  She told Career Bear about the ups and downs of life as an HR professional. For Ruth,
Starting a career in human resources usually requires a university degree or college diploma focused on personnel management. Common examples are studying business administration, industrial relations, commerce or psychology. HR candidates are often required to complete a professional development program

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