10011- Human Resources Managers

Broad Occupation Category

1 - Business, finance, and administration occupations.


0 - Management occupations.

Broad Occupation Category

10 - Specialized middle management occupations in administrative services, financial and business services, and communication (except broadcasting).

Broad Occupation Category

100 - Specialized middle management occupations in administrative services, financial and business services, and communication (except broadcasting).

Broad Occupation Category

1001 - Administrative services managers.

Human Resources Managers are in high demand across Canada in private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed. The demand for skilled workers under this TEER has been rapidly expanding post the pandemic, and this trend is expected to continue over the coming years. There will be many job opportunities available for Human Resources Managers in Canada.

The high demand for skilled workers in this field has resulted in competitive salaries and excellent benefits for Human Resources Managers can range from $63,800 to $138,100 per year, depending on experience, location, and specialization, but they tend to be higher than average in this industry.

Human Resources Managers jobs in Canada also offer many opportunities for career advancement in all employment sectors in Canada including private, public, and self-employed. Professionals have numerous opportunities to expand their skills and take on new challenges as Human Resources Managers in Canada.

Human Resources Managers in Canada can avail of a wide range of benefits, from strong job security to high compensation, a supportive work environment, a direct Canada PR for Human Resources Managers pathway, and free healthcare. Canada is known for its welcoming and diverse culture, making it a great place for individuals under this TEER to live and work.

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Example Titles

  • Employer-employee relations manager

  • Human resources manager

  • Industrial relations manager

  • Occupational health and safety manager

  • Industrial relations manager

  • Pay and benefits manager

  • Personnel director

  • Personnel training and development manager

  • Recruiting manager

  • Staff relations manager

Main Duties

  • Plan, organize, direct, control, and evaluate the operations of human resources or personnel departments.

  • Plan human resource requirements in conjunction with other departmental managers.

  • Coordinate internal and external training and recruitment activities.

  • Develop and implement labor relations policies and procedures and negotiate collective agreements.

  • Administer employee development, language training, and health and safety programs.

  • Advise and assist other departmental managers on the interpretation and administration of personnel policies and programs.

  • Oversee the classification and rating of occupations.

  • Organize and conduct employee information meetings on employment policy, benefits, and compensation and participate actively on various joint committees.

  • Direct the organization's quality management program.

  • Ensure compliance with legislation such as the Pay Equity Act.

Employment Requirements

  • A bachelor's degree in a field related to personnel management, such as business administration, industrial relations, commerce, or psychology, or completion of a professional development program in personnel administration is required.

  • Some employers may require human resources managers to hold a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation

  • Coordinate internal and external training and recruitment activities.

Salary Prospects

Community/Area Low ($/hour) Median ($/hour)High ($/hour)
British Columbia33.6551.7965.66
New Brunswick31.2549.1867.31
Newfoundland and Labrador22.8647.855.77
Northwest Territories40.4665.1784.69
Nova Scotia3450.1766.15
Prince Edward Island31.2549.2366.15
Yukon Territory39.7457.2873.58