Human Resources (HR) Assistant Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Assistant?

September 2014
Human Resources (HR) Assistant:
Managing day to day operation of a school for children with autism, aspergers, school refusing, ADHA. Dealing with emotional parents and children plus administration duties registering students. Management of a school based data program. Petty cash, accounts payable etc.
September 2014
"You Must Like To Deal With People."
Human Resources (HR) Assistant:
Do not take anything personally. Learn to detach yourself while still remembering that you are dealing with people.
September 2014
"Corporate culture."
Human Resources (HR) Assistant:
Pros: The co workers, minimal stress, hours, commute,
Cons: Pay.
September 2014
"Flexible, office conditions, corporate culture."
Human Resources (HR) Assistant:
Pros: The flexibility with school.
Cons: Not enough recognition, no pay raises.
September 2014
Human Resources (HR) Assistant:
Pros: I work on my own with minimal supervision.
Cons: Top management issues.
November 2014
"Overall review."
Human Resources (HR) Assistant:
Pros: Close to home.
Cons: Pay level and growth opportunities.
December 2014
Human Resources (HR) Assistant:
Pros: I like working with the employees.
Cons: No room for growth.
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