Job trends Canada – Human resources clerk
Posted on January 18, 2021
Human resources clerks assist human resource officers and human resources specialists to compile, maintain and process information relating to staffing, recruitment, training, labor relations, performance evaluation etc. They are employed in personnel departments in both private and public sectors.
Job prospects for human resources clerk in Canada
Human resources clerk-NOC 1415
Median wage per hour- The median wage for this profession is 22 dollars per hour and the maximum wages for this profession is in the Canadian province of Alberta where the median wage is 25.11 dollars per hour.
|Newfoundland and Labrador||13.00||21.95||28.57|
|Prince Edward Island||13.75||21.54||26.67|
- Analytical skills to plan and analyze information
- Communication skills
- Ability to process information
- Knowledge of business, finance and management
3-year job prospect-The job prospect in the next three years for human resources clerks is fair in most provinces of Canada.
|Prince Edward Island||Undetermined|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||Undetermined|
For human resource clerks new job openings over the period between 2019-2028 is expected to be 3,500 while 3,500 new job seekers new job seekers will be available to fill them.
Job openings and job seekers are expected to be at relatively same levels in the projection period and the balance between labor supply and demand is expected to exist till 2028.
- Completion of secondary school education
- Completion of college or other courses in personnel administration
- Some amount of clerical experience may be required
Number of vacancies- There are 24 job openings for human resources clerks in Canada.
Responsibilities of a human resources clerk
- Classification of the operation, staffing and other personnel records
- Manage the database of personnel information
- Prepare information on personnel relationships
- Spread information about health and safety
- Arrange training for in-house and external employees
- Answer questions about personnel matters
- Arrange for job opening ads and posting them
- Screen candidates for jobs
- Administer employment tests and rate them
- Perform reference checks
- Create reports
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