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Job Summary The Occupational Health Supervisor provides expertise and knowledge of medical, health and safety regulations, laws and UPS protocols by providing and delivering cost-effective health and safety services to employees. He/she is responsible for developing injury and illness prevention strategies, providing occupational health expertise, managing vendors, and performing case management....
Group Human Resources Manager Job Summary: The Group Human Resources Manager (“GHRM”) serves as a strategic business partner and consultant to client groups, supporting people-related processes and initiatives which enable the organization to meet its goals. Key Responsibilities: Plans and organizes all HR support activity for and in partnership with assigned client groups Develops, promotes, comm...
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Labor Relations Consultant

Salaries

$22,880.00 - $85,600.00
Typical Salary for Labor Relations Consultant in Illinois
(271 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Bachelor's
40.8%
Master's
20.7%
Some College Coursework Completed
16.2%
High School
7.8%
Associates
5.6%
Some High School Coursework
2.2%
Certification
2.2%
Doctorate
2.2%
(179 Respondents)
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