What does a HR Assistant do?

Human resources (HR) assistants are certified professionals who handle daily administrative and human resources duties at an organization. They help human resources managers with recruitment, payroll employee processing, and employee record maintenance. They are responsible for providing clerical support to all employees.

HR assistants support internal and external requests related to the department; they will maintain digital and electronic records for employees and serve as the point person with benefits, vendors, and administrators. During the recruitment process, they assist by identifying qualified candidates and performing reference checks, and by issuing employment contracts. They oversee the completion of a company‘s compensation and benefits documentation and papers and assist with performance management procedures. They are responsible for coordinating training sessions and seminars, and they perform orientation and update records of new staff. HR assistants need a minimum bachelor's degree in human resources or related fields into years of experience as an HR assistant. They also need to be fluent in labor laws and employment equity regulations.

EducationBachelor's Degree
Work/Life Balance
3.8 ★
Salary Range--
Career Opportunity
3.8 ★
Avg. Experience8+ years

HR Assistant Salaries

Average Base Pay

₹21,432 /month
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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₹13T
Median: ₹21T
₹45T
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HR Assistant Career Path

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L2
HR Assistant
₹3,95,498/yr
L3
Senior HR Assistant
₹5,04,193/yr
L4
HR Assistant IV
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HR Assistant Insights

Read what HR Assistant professionals have to say about their job experiences and view top companies for this career.
TRUSTKLUBTRUSTKLUB
HR-Executive
29 Apr 2020

“And working with one of the best consultancy firms is a golden opportunity for me.”

GAO TekGAO Tek
Human Resources Assistant
20 Dec 2020

“As this was remote internship face to face interaction was not possible and its was an unpaid internship.”

SalesZip MarketingSalesZip Marketing
Human Resources Executive
14 Jun 2021

“If you are looking for learning and wants to grow in your career then this is the best place.”

InfoxenInfoxen
Human Resources Executive
8 Jul 2020

“I started my career with Infoxen last year and I have got a lot of opportunities to learn and grow.”

Biomedia HoldingsBiomedia Holdings
Human Resources Executive
19 Dec 2021

“3. People are willing to teach you new things which you are not familiar with.”

Doehler North AmericaDoehler North America
HR Assistant
29 Nov 2021

“Working at Doehler is a great opportunity for new college grads or anyone early in their career.”

LifekeepersLifekeepers
Human Resources Assistant
23 Nov 2020

“Some of the best reasons to work for Lifekeepers is the great team that you get to be part of.”

Syneos Health Syneos Health
Human Resources Assistant
20 Oct 2021

“There's no room for career growth when people are just trying to stay afloat.”

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Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a hr assistant

The most similar professions to hr assistant are:
  • HR Manager
  • HR Consultant
  • HR Generalist
  • Hr Business Partner

The most common qualifications to become a hr assistant is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.