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Employee Relations Manager

Career Highlights

  • Mediates disputes
  • Motivate employees
  • Recruit qualified and highly sought after employees

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Career Summary

Employee Relations ManagerAttracting qualified and highly sought after employees is a significant task for the success of any corporation. Employee relation managers are responsible for enhancing morale and productivity, limit job turnover, and help organizations increase performance and improve business results. They also help the company effectively use employee skills, provide additional or necessary training to improve skills that best improves an employees merit in a company.

Dispute resolution is another responsibility of employee relation managers. An employee relation manager helps employees find satisfaction with their jobs and working conditions. This aspect has become increasingly significant to avoid disputes between employee and employer that lead to costly litigation, strikes, or other business disruptions. Dispute resolution has become more complex, involving unions, vendors, and even government agencies. Employee relation managers involved in dispute resolution must be highly knowledgeable, and often report to the director of the corporate office.

Labor relations specialists is anther title that falls under the employee / employer relations umbrella. They normally work for unions and perform many of the same functions on behalf of the union and its members. International relations managers are employee relation managers who handle human resource issues related to a company’s foreign operations.




A Bachelors Degree in Business Management with emphasis in employee relations.

Career Skills

  • Written Communication
  • Negotiating,
  • Cooperating
  • Listening
  • Persistence
  • Tact
  • Self-Reliance
  • Patience
  • Analytical & Numerical Ability

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