District HR Manager - Emeryville, CA | Jobs at The Home Depot (2023)

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Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must be eighteen years of age or older.
  • Must be legally permitted to work in the United States.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelors degree in human resources or related field
  • Analytical, with knowledge and experience in operational, sales and management.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule

Minimum Education:

  • The knowledge, skills and abilities typically acquired through the completion of a bachelor's degree program or equivalent degree in a field of study related to the job.

Preferred Education:

  • No additional education

Minimum Years of Work Experience:

  • 8

Preferred Years of Work Experience:

  • No additional years of experience

Minimum Leadership Experience:

  • None

Preferred Leadership Experience:

  • None

Certifications:

  • None

Competencies:

  • None

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Location
Emeryville, CA

Category
Human Resources

Type
Corporate

Job ID
177413

  • OVERVIEW
  • QUALIFICATIONS
  • JOB DESCRIPTION
  • BENEFITS
  • OVERVIEW

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Employee Stock Purchase Program

  • QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must be eighteen years of age or older.
  • Must be legally permitted to work in the United States.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelors degree in human resources or related field
  • Analytical, with knowledge and experience in operational, sales and management.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule

Minimum Education:

  • The knowledge, skills and abilities typically acquired through the completion of a bachelor’s degree program or equivalent degree in a field of study related to the job.

Preferred Education:

  • No additional education

Minimum Years of Work Experience:

  • 8

Preferred Years of Work Experience:

  • No additional years of experience

Minimum Leadership Experience:

  • None

Preferred Leadership Experience:

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  • None

Certifications:

  • None

Competencies:

  • None
  • JOB DESCRIPTION

Position Purpose:

Position will support a district of 9 stores: Emeryville, Concord, El Cerrito, Pittsburg, Oakland, Hercules, Brentwood, Martinez and San Ramon.

The District Human Resources Manager(DHRM)plays a key role in establishing a customer service culture by driving the effective execution of HR processes. The DHRM is responsible for the planning and delivery of processes for talent management, performance management, and associate engagement for a district of 6-12 stores, with the goal of developing a workforce that achieves excellence in driving business results, customer service, and Company Values. DHRMs provide coaching and advisement to district/regional leaders, store leaders, and Associate Support Department Supervisors (ASDS). The DHRM also works as a contributing and flexible member of the district team by assisting other team members in meeting workload demands.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring effective HR Review, succession planning, and development of the leadership pipeline for the district
  • Ensuring consistent quality in selection, assimilation and training of salaried managers within the district
  • Providing coaching and consulting on development planning for district and store leaders
  • Improving workforce diversity
  • Coordinating hourly job fairs, facilitating RMA forums, and maintaining local hiring partnerships
  • Partnering with store managers on the selection and ongoing training of ASDSs
  • Monitoring the effectiveness of planning and executing for salaried and hourly training plans
  • Facilitating, monitoring, and supporting the performance management process in a timely and effective manner, including code calibration
  • Providing partnership and counsel on all terminations and demotions
  • Partnering with store leadership to engage and coach associates on the floor to facilitate a customer service culture
  • Ensuring effective use of Company recognition and communication processes
  • Conducting store HR Town Hall meetings and following up to ensure effective execution on issues
  • Supporting leaders in Employer of Choice survey administration, feedback, and action planning
  • Partnering with the HR Service Center on staffing, associate relations, and other transactional processes
  • Taking a leadership role in the execution of organizational change initiatives impacting the district or stores
  • Serving as a first responder for labor, workplace violence, and other similar events and partnering with the Regional Associate Relations team to determine next steps and ensure final resolution
  • Partnering with district leaders on strategic plans to drive business results, customer service, and alignment with Company Values
  • Supporting all aspects of HR during new store openings, closings, or relocations
  • Actively participating in store walks, district staff meetings and other operations activities with DM

Direct Manager/Direct Reports:

  • DHRM position reports to a Regional HR Director.
  • 6-12 ASDSs have a dotted-line reporting relationship to the DHRM.

Travel Requirements:

  • Typically requires overnight travel 20% to 50% of the time.

Physical Requirements:

  • Most of the time is spent sitting in a comfortable position and there is frequent opportunity to move about. On rare occasions there may be a need to move or lift light articles.

Working Conditions:

  • Typically located in a comfortable indoor area. There may be regular exposure to mild physical discomfort from factors such as dust, fumes or odors, temperature extremes, loud noise, strong drafts, or bright lights.
  • BENEFITS

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Paid parental leave to bond with your new addition

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401(K) savings plan with company match

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Merit increases and performance bonuses

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On-the-spot recognition and rewards for a job well done

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Pay Range

For California, Colorado, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Nevada, New York City, Ithaca (NY), Westchester County (NY), and Washington residents:
The pay range for this position is between 100,000.00 – 120,000.00.

Starting salary may vary based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, the position being offered, location, education, training, and/or experience. The Home Depot offers additional competitive and non-financial benefits, which may include a performance-based bonus program or a profit sharing program depending on position.

  • OVERVIEW
  • OVERVIEW

Position Purpose:

Position will support a district of 9 stores: Emeryville, Concord, El Cerrito, Pittsburg, Oakland, Hercules, Brentwood, Martinez and San Ramon.

The District Human Resources Manager(DHRM)plays a key role in establishing a customer service culture by driving the effective execution of HR processes. The DHRM is responsible for the planning and delivery of processes for talent management, performance management, and associate engagement for a district of 6-12 stores, with the goal of developing a workforce that achieves excellence in driving business results, customer service, and Company Values. DHRMs provide coaching and advisement to district/regional leaders, store leaders, and Associate Support Department Supervisors (ASDS). The DHRM also works as a contributing and flexible member of the district team by assisting other team members in meeting workload demands.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring effective HR Review, succession planning, and development of the leadership pipeline for the district
  • Ensuring consistent quality in selection, assimilation and training of salaried managers within the district
  • Providing coaching and consulting on development planning for district and store leaders
  • Improving workforce diversity
  • Coordinating hourly job fairs, facilitating RMA forums, and maintaining local hiring partnerships
  • Partnering with store managers on the selection and ongoing training of ASDSs
  • Monitoring the effectiveness of planning and executing for salaried and hourly training plans
  • Facilitating, monitoring, and supporting the performance management process in a timely and effective manner, including code calibration
  • Providing partnership and counsel on all terminations and demotions
  • Partnering with store leadership to engage and coach associates on the floor to facilitate a customer service culture
  • Ensuring effective use of Company recognition and communication processes
  • Conducting store HR Town Hall meetings and following up to ensure effective execution on issues
  • Supporting leaders in Employer of Choice survey administration, feedback, and action planning
  • Partnering with the HR Service Center on staffing, associate relations, and other transactional processes
  • Taking a leadership role in the execution of organizational change initiatives impacting the district or stores
  • Serving as a first responder for labor, workplace violence, and other similar events and partnering with the Regional Associate Relations team to determine next steps and ensure final resolution
  • Partnering with district leaders on strategic plans to drive business results, customer service, and alignment with Company Values
  • Supporting all aspects of HR during new store openings, closings, or relocations
  • Actively participating in store walks, district staff meetings and other operations activities with DM

Direct Manager/Direct Reports:

  • DHRM position reports to a Regional HR Director.
  • 6-12 ASDSs have a dotted-line reporting relationship to the DHRM.

Travel Requirements:

  • Typically requires overnight travel 20% to 50% of the time.

Physical Requirements:

  • Most of the time is spent sitting in a comfortable position and there is frequent opportunity to move about. On rare occasions there may be a need to move or lift light articles.

Working Conditions:

  • Typically located in a comfortable indoor area. There may be regular exposure to mild physical discomfort from factors such as dust, fumes or odors, temperature extremes, loud noise, strong drafts, or bright lights.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must be eighteen years of age or older.
  • Must be legally permitted to work in the United States.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelors degree in human resources or related field
  • Analytical, with knowledge and experience in operational, sales and management.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule

Minimum Education:

  • The knowledge, skills and abilities typically acquired through the completion of a bachelor’s degree program or equivalent degree in a field of study related to the job.

Preferred Education:

  • No additional education

Minimum Years of Work Experience:

  • 8

Preferred Years of Work Experience:

  • No additional years of experience

Minimum Leadership Experience:

  • None

Preferred Leadership Experience:

  • None

Certifications:

  • None

Competencies:

  • None

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Cashier - Video Transcript

TAMI
Right now, I’m a cashier part time and I love it, because I love working with the customers.

STEPHANIE
Oh what makes me good at my job is that I’m a people person. I like to talk to people. I just generally enjoy being around folks.

BRENDA
Service with a big smile.

MUSIC BREAK

ALPHONZO
We treat our associates with great respect and we have great leadership behind them, so you’ll always be taken care of and it’s a fun working environment.

BARBARA
You’re there, first of all, as the face of The Home Depot, because I help them walk out with a smile.

TAMI
I’ve been in other industries and I would never leave Home Depot, because I love the working environment. I love the customers. I love my fellow peers and my management team. They’re wonderful people to work with.

STEPHANIE
It is a very energetic place to work and morale is good.

ALPHONZO
Home Depot is a great company to work for simply because they want you to grow. They don’t want you to be stuck at one position. So if you want to further your career at The Home Depot, this is the place to be.

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General Warehouse Associate - Video Transcript

JOSH
From the moment you walk through these doors, you start feeling welcomed. You are part of the family. That’s just tradition for us.

SARAH
Our main focus is getting product in front of customers quickly.

CHRIS
We’re continuously go go go.

PETE
It’s kind of like a beehive.

GILBERT
There’s always something going on here.

CHRIS
I love it, because it’s never boring.

PETE
It’s like wow!

MUSIC BREAK

SHANTA
The general warehouse associate works in different areas processing inbound and outbound.

SHARIFF
The key word in that title is general, so wherever your business needs you, that’s where we’re going to shift you.

TOMMY
Lots of trucks coming inbound to unload and then we are loading trucks to go to stores, so there is a lot of forklift traffic.

JOSH
They want you to do your job fast. They want you to do your job effectively, but they also want you to have fun when you do your job.

ELIUD
So from a culture standpoint, we have partners not employees because we want to seek their feedback.

NANCY
When I started working here, I thought it was going to be like any other job, where they just like okay you are just another worker, but not here. Here they treat you like family.

BRAD
My favorite thing about working at Home Depot is just the opportunity to grow. When I first got here that was what I’m seeking and I’m experiencing it and at this point the sky’s the limit for me.

SHANTA
The scheduling here, it is consistent. They have full-timers they have part-timers.

CAM
I love the schedule. The hours, the time we come in, the time we get off. It’s flexible. I still have time to do things in the afternoon and in today’s economy, you want to have a job you know is going to be there. They are not getting ready to go out of business.

TOMMY
I’m thankful that our leaders at the top are looking to the future and aren’t just being complacent and stuck in where we are. They’re looking to what needs to happen next. They’re planning and not only planning, but they are executing it and making it happen. So I’m confident that we are going to be around for a while.

Customer Service Associates - Video Transcript

JUSTIN
A typical day for a sales associate, would be coming in and um making our customers our first priority. And making sure that items are always available for our customers, for their convenience.

HAYGOOD
The kind of problems I solve are anything mundane from how to fix a sink. Sometimes it’s crazier stuff like hey my kid needs to build a T-REX out of pvc. And the things you learn on the job are things that can directly help you. If you have an apartment, if you have a home, if you want to go out on your own and do contractor handyman work, you’re going to learn so much.

KYMONI
It’s challenging, but that’s a good thing if that makes sense, because there’s a lot going on. You’re not just doing one thing, you’re doing several things at one time.

ANNETTA
I needed something that was going to go around my schedule out of the building. I was able to come in and work in the morning, which is usually about six o’clock to maybe twelve o’clock. And then I went to school and then came back and closed the store, like from five to ten pm. And there is always an available store, if I was to move state to state in a transfer.

ANTHONY
You have a store of people that are willing to help you accomplish your goal. Because it’s like one big family.

JUSTIN
I feel confident to maybe one day open my own small business. It’s helped me save money. A 401k is an amazing program we have here.

ANTHONY
I really love doing what I do and I can’t really see myself doing anything else.

Looking to work on the Night Shift? We have you covered - Video Transcript

MUSIC INTRO

MATT
I am currently a freight supervisor at the Westin Home Depot.

So the work that we do here at night is basically we unload trucks. And then we, as a team, pack everything out onto the shelves. Make sure that the shelves are packed down and straightened fully. And make the store, basically, grand opening ready every morning.

TERRY
Checking in merchandise, bringing it to the floor, assisting other associates, shipping out.

MATT
You have to be willing to work independently. You have to be willing to work quickly. If you stay busy and keep working, you’ll notice that the nights and things go by as fast as possible.

TERRY
It is tough. You do lift a lot. I walk over ten thousand steps a day. I got my stepper, but it’s good when you punch out and you go home and you feel really good about the job that you did for the day.

JARED
This is my second job. They have been very good about working with me. There’s sometimes where I’ve been able to take nights off, but work a little bit longer on another night. So they’ve been very flexible.

Some of the benefits that part time employees have here would be of course the ability to purchase, at a discount, Home Depot stock. They have the ability for tuition reimbursement. You do earn vacation after a year and you also do earn sick time. Plus, it’s a family. Everybody treats everybody around here like their friend. Our management has cook outs for us. It’s just all around a good company to work for.

MATT
How ever far you want to go here, I’m here to help you do that. I’ve known freight associates that are store managers now. You can go as far as you want to go.

Stocking and Merchandising Team Video Transcript

MUSIC INTRO

BILL
My current position is a merchandising execution associate.

MONIQUE
We do price changes and we also execute projects. Like right now, we are working on the spring reset. We do the Christmas reset, we do the vanity reset.

NICOLE
Your focus is making sure the products have a label, they’re clean, they’re stocked, just that everything looks, what they call, grand opening ready.

BILL
Merchandising is a very physical job. By the end of the day, I’ve usually walked about seven to eight miles.

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MONIQUE
I do love working for The Home Depot, because I just think it’s a wonderful place to work. I love the customers. I love the bonding, co-workers, and most of all I like the advancement that the company has.

NICOLE
We have sick time. Vacation time and the company is very good if you need a day off.

BILL
My gosh, the benefits are even better than I thought. I get employee 401k. We get the employee stock purchase plan. We get travel benefits. It’s kind of crazy.

A Day In the Life of our Lot Associates - Video Transcript

JESSE
My current role at The Home Depot is a lot associate.

Music Break

JESSE
I help customers out with loading assistance and keeping the parking lot clean and tidy. And you know making sure that there’s carts up front. Making sure there are flatbeds and lumber carts for customers.

GABE
It gives me energy. It’s good exercise. It’s helped me lose weight, so that’s why I really like it.

OLIVER
Customer service skills is one of the main things that Home Depot has truly truly helped me out with. And I can take this anywhere. That is universal.

JESSE
Honestly, this is just one big orange family.

OLIVER
They treat me so well here. Some of my co-workers have become my brothers and my sisters. Some of my managers have become my bigger brothers and my bigger sisters.

GABE
I look forward to coming here. It brings happiness to me, just to come here and see my co-workers.

OLIVER
401K has been very helpful to me. I have never had a 401K on any job I’ve ever had and this one was the first. I love the Home Depot. They are taking care of me and I thank them for that every day.

A Day In the Life of our Lot Associates - Video Transcript

JESSE
My current role at The Home Depot is a lot associate.

Music Break

JESSE
I help customers out with loading assistance and keeping the parking lot clean and tidy. And you know making sure that there’s carts up front. Making sure there are flatbeds and lumber carts for customers.

GABE
It gives me energy. It’s good exercise. It’s helped me lose weight, so that’s why I really like it.

OLIVER
Customer service skills is one of the main things that Home Depot has truly truly helped me out with. And I can take this anywhere. That is universal.

JESSE
Honestly, this is just one big orange family.

OLIVER
They treat me so well here. Some of my co-workers have become my brothers and my sisters. Some of my managers have become my bigger brothers and my bigger sisters.

GABE
I look forward to coming here. It brings happiness to me, just to come here and see my co-workers.

OLIVER
401K has been very helpful to me. I have never had a 401K on any job I’ve ever had and this one was the first. I love the Home Depot. They are taking care of me and I thank them for that every day.

  • Work Location
  • Work Location

Multisite – An associate in a multisite role is required to work from multiple locations (e.g., Home Depot locations and/or a customers’ homes) in order to complete their job duties. We also refer to this as location – multisite.

Learn more about our 4 different work locations. Additional information will be provided during the application process.

Work Location

Onsite – An associate in an onsite role works in a specific Home Depot location in order to complete their job duties.

Multisite – An associate in a multisite role works from multiple locations (e.g. Home Depot location or a customer’s homes) to complete their job duties.

Hybrid – A hybrid role blends in-office and remote/virtual work locations. An associate will work from a designated Home Depot location on some days and remote/virtually on others.

Remote/virtual – An associate in a remote/virtual role does not have to be at a designated Home Depot location to complete their job duties.

  • PAY RANGE
  • PAY RANGE

Starting pay may vary based on factors including, but not limited to, position offered and location.

120,000.00

  • PAY RANGE
  • PAY RANGE

Starting pay may vary based on factors including, but not limited to, position offered and location.

100,000.00 – 120,000.00

  • BENEFITS
  • BENEFITS

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Profit-Sharing Bonuses

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Tuition Reimbursement

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FAQs

Who is head of human resources at Home Depot? ›

Tim Hourigan leads all aspects of human resource management for The Home Depot. Tim and his leadership team strive to create a best-in-class environment for the more than 400,000 orange-blooded associates who work at the company.

How do I email Home Depot HR? ›

Contact Us
  1. Ph: (905) 727-1340 or Toll Free: (877) 472-6648.
  2. Email: info@hr.com.

How do I find a good HR manager? ›

Give them the job description and explain what you expect in candidates.
  1. Tap into your social network. You can find many HR professionals on LinkedIn and Twitter. ...
  2. Ask for referrals. Send an email to your employees including the job description and ask them if they have a person in mind that could be the right fit.

What are the five main tasks of a human resource manager? ›

Human Resources manages 5 main duties: talent management, compensation and employee benefits, training and development, compliance, and workplace safety. An HR department can help provide organizational structure and the ability to meet business needs by effectively managing the employee lifecycle.

Who is the HR manager on The Office? ›

Toby Flenderson, Dunder Mifflin HR specialist in the comedy series The Office—bumbling, bureaucratic, legalistic, obstructionist and obfuscating—was, I always felt, a riot.

Who is the highest person in Home Depot? ›

Ted Decker is chair, president and CEO of The Home Depot, the world's largest home improvement retailer with more than 2,300 stores and 500,000 associates. He is also a member of the company's board of directors.

Can I email to HR manager? ›

There are many situations that may require you to email your HR representative or an HR manager. In some cases, you might email the HR manager with your resume for a job you are applying for. Some job listings require you to send your resume and cover letter to the HR manager for consideration.

How do I mail to HR department? ›

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to write an email to HR:
  1. Determine the purpose of your email. ...
  2. Use a professional email address. ...
  3. Use a clear subject line. ...
  4. Address the recipient appropriately. ...
  5. Introduce yourself briefly. ...
  6. Be clear and concise. ...
  7. Provide necessary details. ...
  8. Be polite and respectful.

How do I email a complaint to HR? ›

And that's why I've outlined the email you need to send to get the conversation started.
  1. Begin With a Thank You. Most people respond well to a compliment. ...
  2. State the Matter You Want to Address. Clarity's key in life. ...
  3. State the Reasoning Behind Your Position. ...
  4. Provide Solutions. ...
  5. End With a Thank You.

What do HR managers look for when hiring? ›

When reviewing background checks, hiring and HR managers will be looking for an applicant's skill level, dependability, and eligibility for employment. They will also be looking for red flags that would halt the hiring process and trigger the pre-adverse action procedures.

What is the top level of HR manager? ›

A VP of human resource is usually the highest HR position in a company. They are responsible for running different aspects of the HR department.

Who is effective HR manager? ›

Qualities of HR Manager are Sympathetic Attitude, Quick Decisions, Integrity, Patience, Formal Authority, Leadership, Social Responsibility, Good Communication Skills. HR Manager's role is to interview and hire candidates based on their skills and talents.

What does HR do all day? ›

HR's primary activities include recruitment, administration, compensation and benefits, training and development, and employee relations and performance management.

What are 4 responsibilities of HR manager? ›

The Human Resource Manager will lead and direct the routine functions of the Human Resources (HR) department including hiring and interviewing staff, administering pay, benefits, and leave, and enforcing company policies and practices.

What is the most important part of HR? ›

One of HR's primary roles is managing payment and benefits for an organization's staff. Proper management of compensation, time off, and insurance is what keeps employee satisfaction high. As a human resource manager, you'll be in charge of distributing, communicating, and improving compensation and benefits packages.

What is the difference between an office manager and a HR manager? ›

Office managers support the hiring process by posting job openings, scheduling interviews, and processing some of the new-hire paperwork. HR professionals review new regulations and create policies to ensure the company remains in compliance.

What is HR responsibility in office? ›

Human resources is in charge of arranging interviews, coordinating hiring efforts, and onboarding new employees. They're also in charge of making sure all paperwork involved with hiring someone is filled out and making sure that everything from the first day to each subsequent day is navigated successfully.

Can The Office manager be the HR manager? ›

In a small business, an office manager may have to assume the role of human resources manager. But before that happens, make sure that the individual is properly educated and has the appropriate tools to perform his or her duties productively and within the bounds of legal rules and obligations.

Who gets paid more at Home Depot? ›

employees with the job title Staff Software Engineer make the most with an average annual salary of $125,426, while employees with the title Department Manager, Retail Store make the least with an average annual salary of $43,128.

What position gets paid the most at Home Depot? ›

Some of the highest wages a worker can make at Home Depot are in the job titles Cdl Driver ($58,375), and title Lead Technician ($52,062) which are the highest paying jobs at Home Depot.

What Home Depot position pays the most? ›

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Can I call HR on my manager? ›

Can I go to HR about my boss? Of course you can and you must. If you have a problem with your boss, the HR department can act as a mediator to help resolve the conflict. However, you need to understand that the HR department is not there to protect you.

Should I contact HR or my manager? ›

If you have expressed issues to your boss and they don't take the necessary steps to solve them, it's time to go to HR for help. It's best to bring your concerns to your boss first to allow them the opportunity to fix the problems without involving HR.

Is it OK to write Dear HR manager? ›

Dear HR Manager: Sometimes, you may address a cover letter to the HR manager if you know they're in charge of hiring. Again, it's best to only use this salutation if you cannot find their name.

Should I email HR directly? ›

Should you email the hiring manager directly? Unless stated otherwise, it is almost always a good idea to communicate directly with the hiring manager. Take care when constructing your email and get someone to look over your application before you hit send.

Can you address a letter to human resources? ›

If you do not have the name of a specific individual, use “Dear Human Resources” or “Dear Selection Committee.” The punctuation following the salutation can be a colon (:) or comma. The body of the letter follows the salutation.

What time should I email HR? ›

You might discover that sending out a blast first thing in the morning or at the end of the day works better for you. This isn't an exact science, but mid-morning and mid-afternoon are good starting points if you're concerned with making sure that you send out your emails at the best times possible.

What can I do if HR doesn't help? ›

If HR refuses or fails to help, you may need to escalate your complaint. Most companies have additional protocols in place for taking an issue beyond HR. There may be an anonymous hotline that you are supposed to call or some other process. Follow these procedures and keep records of all communication.

How do I complain to HR effectively? ›

How to file an HR complaint
  1. Assess the situation. ...
  2. Document the situation. ...
  3. Review your company's procedures. ...
  4. Provide specific and factual information. ...
  5. Offer supporting information or documents. ...
  6. Follow up with HR. ...
  7. Escalate the situation as needed.
Mar 10, 2023

What happens when you report something to HR? ›

When you file a report with HR, they will address the problem by opening an investigation and taking appropriate action. Throughout each step of the investigation, HR will work to determine what happened, whether company policies were violated, and, if so, to what severity.

Does HR decide who gets hired? ›

They don't fully control the hiring process

In many organizations, HR is the frontline in the hiring process, advancing only the most vetted candidates to the interview stage. However, the final say in who gets the job ultimately resides with the hiring manager, who is typically outside of the HR department.

Does HR decide salary or hiring manager? ›

While HR has the ability to create salaries as well as raise them, this is usually left to the employer. Employers typically prefer to handle salaries, as they are more motivated to restrict the funds that are going out of their company.

What HR wants to hear? ›

An employer wants to hear how qualified and passionate you are, and a can-do attitude will take you far. “They want reassurance that you're genuinely interested in the job and not just looking for a paycheck,” Templin says. “This is your opportunity to show why you're perfect for the job.”

What is the lowest position in HR? ›

Entry Level Positions
  • HR Intern – The intern is the bottom rung of the HR ladder, the paid or unpaid assistant who does everything from fetching coffee to set up meetings. ...
  • HR Assistant – The HR Assistant role is very similar to the intern role, except they're paid, and they're long-term.

Who is bigger HR or manager? ›

Since the HR directors carry the highest role in the human resource hierarchy and they are the executives of the department, all the managers report to them for their work progress.

How many roles does HR manager have? ›

Planning, coordinating, and supervising the employment of new employees are the responsibilities of HR managers. In addition to acting as a liaison between management and staff, they advise business executives on strategic planning.

What are the weaknesses of HR Manager? ›

Weaknesses could include things such as a bad reputation in the employment market, a benefits offering that insufficiently attracts and retains workers, or a lack of training resources.

What is the best personality type for an HR Manager? ›

The Top 5 Personality Traits of a Good HR Manager
  • Strong communication skills. A key element to any HR role is communicating between employers and employees. ...
  • Organised. ...
  • Empathetic. ...
  • A problem solver. ...
  • A comfortable leader.
May 27, 2020

Is HR Manager a leader? ›

The human resources leader is a key link between management and the employee workforce. A good HR professional is able to resolve difficult situations and consult with managers on problems with employees.

How many hours do HR managers work a day? ›

Work Schedules

Most human resources managers work full time during regular business hours. Some human resources managers work more than 40 hours per week.

Does HR work long hours? ›

Most human resources specialists work full time during regular business hours. Some work more than 40 hours per week.

Can a HR manager fire you? ›

Can HR fire you? The simple answer is, Yes! Companies have been known to use human resource personnel to conduct terminations. Generally, most companies use a combination of a manager and a human resource employee to conduct the termination.

What are the three major functions of an HR manager director? ›

The three major roles in human resources are; administrative, change management, and people management. Administrative tasks include hiring and monitoring of employees, managing payroll and benefits, and development of policies and guidelines.

What are the seven tasks an HR manager does? ›

What Does an HR Manager Do? 7 Functions of the Human Resources Department
  • Recruitment and Hiring.
  • Training and Development.
  • Employer-Employee Relations.
  • Maintain Company Culture.
  • Manage Employee Benefits.
  • Create a Safe Work Environment.
  • Handle Disciplinary Actions.

What are HR interview questions? ›

In an HR interview, the 5 hardest questions are: Tell Me About Yourself. Tell me about a time you made a mistake and how you dealt with it. Describe a time you dealt with a difficult colleague and how did you resolve it?

What should HR managers focus on? ›

Focus on what works well and how changes to your work environment can benefit employees on an individual level. Build an exciting vision of how great things will be if everyone embraces these changes. Create a positive change experience. And, most importantly, focus on building trust and team cohesiveness.

Who is Jo Morgan head of HR? ›

Robin Leopold is an Executive Vice President and Head of Human Resources for JPMorgan Chase, and a member of the company's Operating Committee.

Who is the HR director at Baylor Scott and White? ›

Phil Kendzior - Vice President Human Resources - Baylor Scott & White Health | LinkedIn.

Who is Lowe's chief human resources officer? ›

Janice Dupré | Lowe's Corporate.

How do I report a manager to Home Depot? ›

Call Customer Care on 1-800-HOME-DEPOT or 1-800-466-3337. 2. Email Customer Care on customercare@homedepot.com .

Who is Jo Morgan partners? ›

J.P. Morgan Partners, LLC ("JPMP") is a private equity division of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM). JPMP has invested over $15 billion worldwide in consumer, media, energy, industrial, financial services, healthcare, and technology companies since its inception in 1984.

Who is the female head of JP Morgan? ›

Since joining the firm in 1996, Mary has held senior roles across Asset & Wealth Management before becoming its CEO in 2009 and joining the JPMorgan Chase Operating Committee. Mary serves on the Global Advisory Council of Harvard University, where she received her MBA.

How much does the boss of JP Morgan make? ›

Dimon's total compensation will include an annual base salary of $1.5 million and performance-based incentive pay of $33 million, according to a regulatory filing.

Who is the HR director at UCSF? ›

Corey Jackson, JD

As chief human resources officer, Corey leads efforts to attract, develop, and retain the diverse talent necessary for UCSF to be the world's preeminent health sciences innovator.

Who is the HR Director at UC Berkeley? ›

Connie Handley — Human Resources Director at UC Berkeley | Comparably.

Who is the HR director at Wharton? ›

Anna Loh - Senior Director, Human Resources - Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania | LinkedIn.

Who is the chief human resources officer at Wendy's? ›

M. Coley O'Brien: Chief People Officer | Wendy's.

Who is the chief human resources officer at JCPenney? ›

Andre Joyner is the senior vice president, chief human resources officer at JCPenney, reporting to Marc Rosen, chief executive officer.

How much does the CEO of Lowe's make a year? ›

His total yearly compensation is US$17.5m, comprised of 8.3% salary and 91.7% bonuses, including company stock and options. He directly owns 0.04% of the company's shares, worth US$46.5m. The average tenure of the management team and the board of directors is 4.5yrs and 5yrs respectively.

How do you escalate a problem at Home Depot? ›

For immediate assistance, please contact our representatives via phone at 1-800-HOME-DEPOT (466-3337).

How do I report a poor manager? ›

How to report a bad HR manager
  1. Write down everything you can about the HR manager's behavior. ...
  2. File a complaint with HR. ...
  3. Follow company policies. ...
  4. Try to write the official complaint when you are calm. ...
  5. Keep it brief, polite, and professional.
Sep 6, 2022

How do I complain about a poor manager? ›

Go to HR.

You may ask them to keep the matter confidential, but often, they'll have to address the issue with your boss in order for anything to change. If you're part of a union, you should talk to your union representative, too, and they'll likely be present in the meeting with HR.

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