Employee Relations Representative

Employee relations representatives often assist in negotiating labor relations. This may entail dealing with wages, pensions, and benefits complaints, in addition to other practices in the workplace. For this reason, employee relations representatives might work with union representatives, if such individuals exist within the organization. Employee relations representatives also must be familiar with personnel rules and practices. They need to understand labour laws, as well as any rules that are specific to their employer. Employee relations representatives also might ensure that accommodations are in place for workers who have disabilities or who engage in certain religious practices. If working for an international company, an employee relations representative may help deal with cultural issues.

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Last updated: October 25th 2016

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