Q: What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Assistant?
Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Toronto:
Pros: Flexibility, relaxed, fun atmosphere, interesting and challenging work, learning and opportunities for self-development, the people, team events.
Cons: Less time, more work, frustration in teaching managers HR concepts, some better tools/equipment to do the job.
Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Victoria:
"HR Assistant and Office Management."
Pros: Recruitment, selection, on boarding, orientation, benefits administration, performance management, interpretation of policy, procedures and applicable legislation, health and safety, leave management, payroll calculation, contract, budget forecasting.
Cons: Office and secretarial duties, office orders, coordinating facilities, mailing, courier, IT liaising, lease and insurance, the management.
Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Yorkton:
Pros: Coworkers, administration, days are busy, active and fulfilling. Flexibility to work additional time for family obligations. I'm approachable and my door is always open for people to stop in. Stress level can be high at times. Management is approachable and reasonable.
Cons: Stress can be high from other peoples "bad days", Sounding board for everyone and all their problems, the good and the bad. I can have a constant revolving door and then I can't get to the things that need to be completed. Not being treated fairly for what I do. Compensation in wages for what I do.