1. Use HR metrics and prepare reports to analyze HR issues (for example, the number of employees hired and those who left, employee turnover, the cost per employee, and budgets)

2. Format and maintain organization charts

3. Maintain, file, and process HR forms (for example, notices, announcements, new hire forms, and salary forms)

4. Make sure the organization follows legal and industry regulations

5. Maintain Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) data and employee files (for example, make sure data is updated and correct)

6. Stay updated on new business trends

7. Answer or refer questions from employees as the first level of support

8. Work with external providers of HR services (for example, external recruiters, training providers, benefit providers)

9. Monitor projects and suggest improvements (for example, ways to recruit better applicants; resources for internal and external training; ways to improve insurance, benefits, or compensation plans)

10. Assist managers in updating standard job descriptions in order to match any changes in job requirements

11. tools and methods to analyze business data (for example, spreadsheets and databases)

12. ways to report information (for example, presentation software, such as Power Point; and word-processing software, such as Microsoft Word)

13. different ways to classify employees (for example, workers who are full time, part time, temporary, or those who receive payment by the day)

14. the number of employees in the budget, and the salary and benefit costs for these employees