Human Resource (HR) has the power to help shape company culture and set policies in organizations. HR professionals can have an outsize role in dictating how a company runs, shaping everything from company culture to how the organization retains employees and achieves its long-term goals. As the below image suggests, one can become an HR clerk, payroll specialist, training and development manager, or employee relations manager. At this point, a person's unique skill sets come into play and help them in getting promotions. The following career map for HR has broken down the HR ladder, including necessary qualifications, responsibilities, and expectations for each role.