The average salary of a(n) Manager International Human Resources in the United States is $103,901.
Manages human resources issues related to a company's foreign operations, which may include helping to place staff returning from overseas assignments, preparing staff members to work in various international operations, and translating cultural and international customs for the home country staff. Plans, develops, recommends, and implements human resources activities, policies, procedures, and programs for an organization’s international locations. Guides international field staff and managers regarding policies and procedures. Manages activities relating to staffing, employee education and training, management development, labor relations, affirmative action, benefits administration, and salary administration. Coordinates and manages immigration and H1-b visa processing for employees. Ensures all employment paperwork is properly completed by new and existing employees. Maintains tracking system for the appropriate programs that will track foreign employees and performance evaluations, and ensure that this information is communicated and updated by the appropriate managers. Keeps records of insurance coverage, pension plan, and personnel transactions, such as hires, promotions, transfers, and terminations. Liaises with appropriate departments, including Payroll, regarding employee processing and changes to employee information. Communicates with appropriate managers to obtain proper documents for employees that are starting and ending employment. Plans and conducts or coordinates new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward company goals. Participates in compensation and benefit surveys and/or conducts wage survey within labor market to determine competitive wage rate and remain apprised of current trends. Writes separation notices for employees separating with cause, and conducts exit interviews to determine reasons behind separations. Prepares reports and recommends procedures to reduce absenteeism and turnover. Hires, trains, evaluates own staff’s employee performance, and recommends or initiates promotions, transfers, and disciplinary action. Prepares and analyzes department budget to identify budget needs and/or reductions, and may allocate operating budget funds. May represent company at personnel-related hearings and investigations. May contract with outside suppliers to provide employee services such as food services, transportation, or relocation service. May administer pre-employment tests to applicants. May supervise clerical workers. May negotiate collective bargaining agreement. May include management of employee relations activities. May be required to know a second or multiple languages. Less
Manages human resources issues related to a company's foreign operations, which may include helping to place staff returning from overseas assignments, preparing staff members to work in various international operations, and translating cultural and international customs for the home country... More