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Why not get a human resources job in the fitness industry? Are you passionate about improving the working conditions within the Sports and Leisure Sector?

Given the expansion that's occurred in the Sports and Leisure sector in the past ten years, more people than ever before are employed by health and athletic facilities. If you get a human resources job in the fitness industry, you will be in a position to make sure that people employed in all facets of health and athletic organizations and facilities have optimal working conditions.

And that's not all. The decision to get a human resources job in the fitness industry puts you on a constantly changing and evolving career path, with a great potential for growth and advancement. So how do you get a human resources job in the fitness industry, and once you've got one, what can you expect?

Depending on the size of the organization you're employed by, you may deal with a wide range of staffing concerns, or you may have a special issue that you are responsible for managing.

The range of duties that the post may entail are: determining the future personnel needs of the organization, taking an active role in the recruiting process, developing and rolling out schemes for staff training and advancement, initiating and supervising policy surrounding staff pay and benefits, coordinating social and moral-boosting activities for employees such as company sporting events, parties or socials, being a contact point for staff who need to receive counseling regarding their work or personal problems and determining how to handle grievances, pay negotiations and staff redundancy. You'll need to enjoy interpersonal work, have great communication skills, be adept at problem solving and have experience working with computer programmes.

If you're unsure about how to go about finding such a job, your first port of call should be specific websites, such as www.leisurejobs.com, and www.la-sourcejobs.com, that specialize in advertising positions in the sports and leisure sector. Newspapers and trade journals are another important source. You may also want to go through a Recruitment consultancy specializing in sports and leisure. Lastly, you can check the websites of specific organizations you'd like to work for periodically for openings.

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