HR & Training
Welcome to Hays Human Resources, where we match HR talent with the right organisations.
Hays Human Resources recruits for HR directors and their teams on a permanent, contract and temporary basis. With offices across the UK, we can give offer local knowledge and an understanding of the wider market to help find the right HR job for you.
We recruit for a range of HR professionals, including HR Managers, HR Advisors, Reward Analysts, Resourcing Managers and Learning & Development Coordinators, placing the right candidates in the right jobs to make a real difference to people and organisations alike.
Our HR consultants have unparalleled market expertise and we have more than 80 expert consultants recruiting for the HR profession, covering 45 different locations including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Southampton, Leeds, Cardiff, Bristol, Glasgow and Nottingham. Contact your nearest specialist HR consultant today by finding your local office.
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- Interim HR & Payroll Assistant
- HR Advisor
- HR Administrator
- HR Administrator - Permanent
- Recruitment Business Partner - Corporate Functions
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Have a vacancy? Send us some details about the job, and we can help you out. We have a huge database of human resource professionals available to fill your vacancies.
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Employment Law Bulletin: Spring 2020
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Hays Journal 19
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