Human Resources Position with the Benefit and Compensation?

I am looking into applying for a HR position with the Benefit and Compensation Team but I really do not know all that much about benefit and compensation. What are some things that I can learn from working in this part of HR. Or should I look into something else in HR. Thanks
Asked Dec 10, 2009
Edited Dec 10, 2009
An effective Human Resource Outsourcing regime is achieved by offloading multiple processes and technologies such as benefits and payroll. Human resources is often referred to as human capital too and are primarily responsible for finding, screening, recruiting and training job applicants and administering employee- benefit program.
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Sayani May 16, 2022
HR is a very huge field, you need to understand where you can perform well.

try out with a consultant first because it gets your practical knowledge about the hr roles and various other factors involved, so that you can blend in well.

Answered Jun 03, 2010
HR consultants are particularly experienced at providing training and talent management programs that can guide your employees to the level of competency required for excellence in customer service. They can also advise you on best practices in identifying those employees who can fill key leadership positions as they become available. I find my best solutions from Don Swift and Associates.
Answered Jun 16, 2016
HR professionals involved in the management of compensation and benefits of an organization as they relate to employee performance, company goals, sales incentive plans, and executive bonuses, among others.
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