Q: What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Administrator?
Human Resources (HR) Administrator in Grande Prairie:
"Busy And Team Player."
Pros: I help everyone keep departments running smoothly. Take part in most areas of the company.
Cons: I do not get enough time to finish all my required tasks.
Human Resources (HR) Administrator in Fort St. John:
Pros: I like that I have some control over the company culture, and I am able to make this a happy, people & family friendly place to work. I can help to resolve conflicts between staff, or help problem solve when someone has a personal or work related issue. I get people working together which brings them together, helps them understand and care about each other. This includes personal interaction in the working environment, as well as fun things that everyone can do together (like potluck lunches, gift exchanges at Christmas, pitching in to help a family in need, etc.) Overall, I think I have helped people be more happy at work, and when you enjoy where you work, you WANT to be there.
Cons: At times I am the 'middle man'. I don't mind this when I can help to mediate the situation while I am in the middle. The issue that I have is when I have someone needing an answer on one side, and I cannot give it because I need the person on the other side to provide me with that answer.
Human Resources (HR) Administrator in Regina:
Pros: The interactions I can achieve and assistance I provide to new staff within all departments.
Cons: Very bad corporate culture and attitude. No support or training within department. High stress levels.
Human Resources (HR) Administrator in Mississauga:
Pros: The hours of operation.
Cons: No communication