Salary for Human Resources Assistants (not including Payroll and Timekeeping)
Want help with your hiring? It's easy. Enter your information below, and we'll quickly reach out to discuss your hiring needs.
Also known as: Employment Clerk, HR Clerk, Personnel Clerk
Recruiter.com helps find better paying jobs across all specialties and locations. Sign up in our career community today!
SEE MORE SALARIES FOR MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION PROFESSIONALSHuman Resources Assistants, except Payroll and Timekeeping compile records in the personnel department. They record data for all employees, including their name, address, weekly earnings, sales and production revenue, date of hire, date of termination and many other important details. It is the Human Resources Assistants job to ensure that policies, benefits and procedures of the company are known as well to employees and they are being met. If there are questions the answers must be provided. A college degree is required to work as a Human Resources Assistant, except Payroll and Timekeeping.
A Human Resources Assistant usually receives a compensation in a range of $30,040 to $61,430 depending on tenure and industry expertise. Human Resources Assistants usually get a salary of fourty-four thousand one hundred and seventy dollars per annum.
Human Resources Assistants are compensated at the highest average salary in District of Columbia, where they get an average salary rate of close to $57,320. People in this job function are compensated the highest in Utilities, where they can earn pay of $56,950.
Are you an aspiring human resources assistant? Want a new opportunity where you can earn a higher salary? Join our human resources assistant Career Community today!The national wage distribution is shown below. To overlay local salaries for a Human Resources Assistant, please select your state.
Recruiter makes it easy to find out about new jobs for human resources assistants. Join our human resources assistant Career Community today!
The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 32.61 percent nationwide in that time.
Human Resources Assistants (not including Payroll and Timekeeping) tend to make the most in the following industries:
In general, they earn less within the industries below: