Compensation by complexity level according to selected breakdowns in Québec in 2016 – Human resources management professional (203)

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Sector Weekly regular work hours Pay scales Annual salary Hourly salary Total compensation1

Minimum Normal Maximum



h $ $/h

All of Québec
Level 1 36,6 48 586 61 928 55 108 28,93 43,16
Level 2 36,6 61 293 80 837 74 826 39,34 58,70
Level 3 36,3 75 762 96 379 93 935 49,53 74,86
Public sector2
Level 1 35,8 48 459 57 714 54 002 28,81 46,12
Level 2 35,8 62 582 82 816 76 985 41,15 64,08
Level 3 36,0 74 087 93 430 91 638 48,82 76,23
Private sector
Level 1 36,9 48 658 64 501 55 650 28,99 41,82
Level 2 37,4 59 295 77 671 72 223 37,17 52,76
Level 3 37,0 79 586 103 112 97 712 50,69 72,77
Private sector, unionized
Level 1 x x x x x x
Level 2 34,5 64 511 93 062 90 838 50,41 80,53
Level 3 x x x x x x
Private sector, non-unionized
Level 1 x x x x x x
Level 2 37,5 58 978 76 702 71 362 36,55 51,66
Level 3 x x x x x x
Private sector, 200–499 employees
Level 1 36,9 49 673 53 242 49 889 25,92 36,91
Level 2 36,8 49 934 72 104 66 223 34,70 48,60
Level 3 36,0 x x 73 722 39,29 57,36
Private sector, 500 and more employees
Level 1 36,9 48 494 65 320 57 253 29,85 43,20
Level 2 37,5 60 799 78 599 73 324 37,62 53,51
Level 3 37,1 81 136 105 137 100 031 51,79 74,25
Manufacturing
Level 1 38,3 47 907 58 937 53 569 26,85 38,69
Level 2 38,0 59 158 76 478 73 991 37,41 54,44
Level 3 37,5 82 126 106 258 101 910 52,02 77,86
  

1. For more information about the equation, see the chapter called "La méthodologie" in the report Rémunération des salariés. État et évolution comparés, 2016.
2. Comprises the Québec government (Québec civil service and the public education, health and social service networks) and the "other public" sector (municipal government [25 000 or more inhabitants], public enterprises of the three levels of government, universities and federal government employees in Québec)
  
Source: Québec survey on total compensation. 2016 Data collection.
 
February 27, 2017
     

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Summary of responsibilities

The Human resources management professional designs and implements communications policies and information programs, publicizes activities and maintains media relations on behalf of companies or organizations. Applies a good knowledge of needs and expectations to carry out activities fostering the circulation of information and the promotion of communications within the company or organization. Tasks vary according to the field of activity.

Education requirement

University degree in human resources management, industrial relations, administration or another appropriate discipline

Condition of employment

None

Minimum experience generally required by level of complexity

  • Level 1: None
  • Level 2: 3 years
  • Level 3: 8 years

Fields of activity

  • Staffing
  • Organizational development/training/professional development
  • Compensation and classification
  • Labour relations
  • Benefits

Examples of job titles

  • Human resources adviser
  • Human resources consultant
  • Job analyst
  • Classification analyst
  • Compensation analyst
  • Labour relations specialist

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To be excluded from this job

  • Industrial psychologist
  • Specialized trainer or instructor
  • Human resources or personnel technician (ERG 303)
  • Positions exclusively concerned with occupational health and safety