Job opportunities in the human and resources sector can be divided into two groups.
On the one hand, you can choose to work in-house for an organization. In most cases, you are employed by a large company and become part of a HR team. You can be specialized in the following domain: health and safety, employee relations, employment law, payroll and pensions, performance and reward, recruitment and talent management, strategy and organization development or in training and learning development. If you choose to apply in a smaller company, you will be working on a wider range of tasks.
On the other hand, you could choose to work for a recruitment agency. In this case, your task will be to recruit employees on the behalf of clients. There are several large international agencies such as Adecco for example which counts 6 600 offices in over 70 countries.
Employers such as Adecco, Big Red Recruitment, Cititec, Client Server, PageGroup and Randstad take on recent graduates. What should you expect when working in the HR sector? Graduates should be aware that the HR sector is a competitive industry with deadlines and targets to meet. If you're working on office-based roles, you will be part of a team. However, in small companies it's likely that you will be working on your own. Self-employment can be an option in the HR sector HR consultancy can be outsourced.
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