HR administrators handle the majority of tasks in the human resource department of a company. They manage recruitment and employee relations and are also responsible for charting out job descriptions in order to expedite Human Resources activities.
Essentially, HR administrators screen resumes and seek out the best possible candidates for recruiters to hire. They also perform background checks on new employees and make sure that references provided by candidates are authentic. Since they are administrative professionals at the core, they handle documents and records associated with human resources activities in an appropriate manner. Another important aspect of an HR administrator’s work is to handle employee and labor relations in order to ensure that the company’s work isn’t compromised at any point.
5377 NE Burchwood Drive | Topeka, KS 56801 | (000) 125-2525 | elsa @ email .com
July 15, 2016
Mr. Tom Hurly
Manager Human Resources
6670 Edgewood Road
Topeka, KS 78912
Dear Mr. Hurly:
With ex exceptional human resources expertise, absolute dedication and strong attention to detail, I deem myself a good fit for Human Resources Administrator position at CBS Interactive.
I like working in a fast paced and challenging environment. My special strengths include:
• Recruitment and new hire paperwork
• Employee orientation and training
• Maintenance of HR files, I-9 forms and payroll
• Compensation/benefits administration
• Performance management
• HR policies implementation
• Payroll and HRIS systems
• Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint
During my progressive career, I successfully supported large scale recruitment campaigns and coordinated interviews. In addition, I worked as a main point of contact for payroll activities to which I attribute my popularity with employees, based on positive interaction. I believe that positive employee communication serves as the key to ensuring successful HR administration duties and I have always concentrated highly on collaborating with employees.
My capabilities are best explained in person and I would like to take this opportunity to ask for a meeting so that we can discuss this role in detail. I will contact your office next week to follow-up and can be reached at (000) 125-2525 if you need further information regarding my application.
Thank you for your time and consideration.