A Human Resources Advisor (HR Advisor) works within a company, managing the administrative aspects of the recruitment and employment of staff. Most companies with a high number of employees need a HR Advisor, which means that HR Advisors can work in all sorts of industries (government departments, advertising agencies, hospitals, and so on).
HR Advisors typically handle payroll, benefits, additional related training, employee relations, and any grievances or disputes within the company. In some case they may need to work with outside counsel (for example, if an employee sues the company or somebody working there).
HR Advisors need to keep up to date with changes and developments in employment law, and they must make sure that the company complies with employment legislation. They need good people skills to work with both employers and employees, and they need to be able simplify and explain complex points in an employment contract in a way which both parties signing the contract understand.
An HR Advisor is a senior position so the holder will need experience working as a HR Assistant, HR Coordinator or in any other junior HR role
-Paying monthly salaries, deducting tax and NI
-Arranging interviews and call backs during the hiring process
-Managing employee issues including disciplinary, grievance, bullying, harassment and sickness absence