An HR generalist earns an average of $53,693 per year. Glassdoor’s self-reported salary is $53,330, while Payscale.com reports a salary of $54,056. The top ten percent earners bring in $71,000 or more, while the bottom ten percent earn around $41,000.Start Hiring Now
An entry-level HR generalist typically earns $46,000, and late-career generalists earn around %59,00 after 20 years or more of service.
HR Generalists typically report to an HR business partner or HR manager and have a goal of advancing into these roles with experience.
An HR generalist supports the HR department in talent & development by managing the recruiting processes. They also support employee relations, which includes compensation and benefits, plus performance reviews. HR generalists also play a key role in recruitment, hiring, and onboarding new employees.
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HR generalists typically require a Bachelor’s degree from a variety of fields, but most often have some type of HR training. Highly skilled HR generalists have what it takes to manage employee relations, understand and administer compensation and benefits packages, as well as support during the recruitment process.
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