Human Resource Manager
Joyce El Khouri

About the job:

What you do

As a Human Resource Manager, you oversee the recruiting, interviewing, and hiring of new staff; consult with top executives on strategy; and serve as a link between company managers and their employees.

The tough stuff

As a Human Resource Manager, you will have to:

  • Maintain a safe distance from employees so that you can be strong with your corporate decisions
  • Keep your expectations low about being recognized for your work 
  • Expect the owners of the company to differ with your opinions
The cool stuff

As a Human Resource Manager, you will get to:

  • Make decisions that help the company succeed
  • Have authority over important company policies 
Typical work hours
  • 40 hours a week

Are you the right fit?

Classes you should be good at
  • Business/Economics
Best high school track(s)
  • Any Track
Personal qualities
  • Understanding what you hear
  • Expressing yourself verbally
  • Planning & Organization
  • Leadership Skills
  • Reasoning & Problem Solving
  • Attention to Detail

Will you make money?

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Education stuff:

Education required

In order to become a Human Resource Manager, you will need:

  • A Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration or a related field. 
  • Up to five years of experience to reach the Management position. Certification is available but it is voluntary.
  • Possibly a Master's Degree (Depending on who your Employer is)
Helpful resources
Local universities
International universities

Video Description

What do Human Resource Managers really do? Find out everything you need to know in our latest Nooreed Interview with Human Resource Manager, Joyce El Khouri.


Joyce El Khouri is the Head Of Human Resources at Sanofi Pharmaceuticals with a history of working in the Healthcare and Professional Services industry. She received her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration at USEK and her MBA at the university of Leicester.