HR & Recruitment, NY-New York: currently 23 jobs.The latest job was posted on 15 Dec 18.
HR and Recruitment Roles in New York
Human Resources professionals in finance in New York earn an average of $65k, while Recruitment consultants tend to have a lower average base salary but higher potential earnings once commissions are taken into account. As New York is a major financial centre with financial services companies of every size, specialist human resources professionals are always in demand. In order to reach the highest levels of success, however, it is necessary to be a “people person” with the ability to manage expectations and often to deal with the necessity of delivering unwelcome news. Human Resources specialists also need to have a strong knowledge of all the relevant law relating to employment, compensation and tax, while people working in Recruitment roles will also need to be good salespeople and will often be judged on their personal track record and contacts within the industry.
Some of the roles in most demand from banks and other finance employers are for specialists in Campus Recruitment and for Performance Management specialists. There are still plenty of vacancies for HR generalists and for recruitment consultants, however.
More about working in New York
New York City is the centre of the “Tri-State Metropolitan Area”, the largest metropolitan area in the world. The New York commuter belt stretches beyond Manhattan Island to cover the largest cities in New Jersey and stretches up into Connecticut, reflecting the economic power of the world’s premier financial centre.
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