What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Consultant, Human Resources (HR) in Worcester:
"Give First - Gain Trust and the rest will follow."
Listen carefully to those you meet. Think about who they know who might be a good client for you. Build trust and relationships to gain the trust needed.
Consultant, Human Resources (HR) in Kent:
"The Little Things Mean a Lot."
Regardless of how well you do your job you will be rated on your attitude and by what time you show up. If you go the extra mile you be rewarded ten fold, not just in pay increases and merit rewards but in referrals, references and long-term relationships. Some of my best references came from college professors and employers I worked for in high school and college.
Consultant, Human Resources (HR) in Springfield:
"Acquire All The Knowledge And Experience You Can."
Involve yourself in as much learning and variety of human resource topics that you can. Listen carefully to the client's needs. Network extensively within your profession; for they have the answers you're often looking for.