What does the inspector of personnel department
What is included in the duties of the personnel inspector
The duties of the personnel inspector include the selection of personnel - the staffing of the enterprise with the personnel of the required professions, specialties and qualifications, as well as the preparation of all necessary documents: labor and additional contracts, employment books. He must also acquaint the newly hired employee with his job responsibilities and get his signature confirming this. In addition, he must provide the new employee with the entire package of local regulations governing labor relations in the enterprise, as well as other guidance and teaching materials.
The Human Resources Inspector maintains the personal files of the employees and makes all changes to them in a timely manner, including those related to the transfer to other departments or career growth. He also makes the appropriate entries in the workbooks, organizes their accounting and storage. In accordance with the approved vacation schedule, the personnel inspector controls the timeliness of their submission and execution, prepares the relevant orders. His duties also include the control that the orders and instructions of the management were promptly communicated to the employees and strictly executed by them. Control over how labor discipline is observed in the company's divisions is also part of his duties. This personnel officer also draws up analytical notes on staff turnover.
Requirements for the profession
As such, the specialty “personnel inspector” does not officially exist, and no special educational institution issues such professionals, but in some colleges and universities, students are trained in the specialty “personnel management specialist”. You can also become a personnel inspector with relevant experience and basic special education: legal, economic, psychological or pedagogical. You can learn the basics of the profession at special trainings and courses, where they teach the basics of HR management.
The main thing you need is a thorough knowledge of labor laws, specialized software products and the ability to execute and maintain personnel documentation. As for personal qualities, you will need accuracy and thoroughness, the ability to work with people. Analytical skills, responsibility, resistance to stress and self-discipline do not interfere either.