Human Resources (HR) Assistant Reviews

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

Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Hampton:
"Corporate culture."
Pros: Work flexibility is great, get along with everyone, have my own office, low stress level.
Cons: Not challenging enough. No structure to duties. Pay is dismal. Don't feel valued, mindless work.

Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Chicago:
"Work flexibility."
Pros: I like the opportunity I have. I like the people I work with as well as the manager.
Cons: Communication with Corporate Office. Doing 3 jobs which are Human Resources, AR, and Reception.

Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Albuquerque:
"Corporate Culture."
Pros: NM has a wide variety of diversity. Therefore, cultures play a big part in employee assistance. Although I love learning new cultures and being around people, my real love is for organization. The HR dept requires a lot of organization. From dates to numbers. These must always be accurate.
Cons: No raises.

Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Washington:
Pros: Working with people, systems.
Cons: Pay.

Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Littleton:
Pros: I like working with the employees.
Cons: No room for growth.

Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Clinton:
"Overall review."
Pros: Close to home.
Cons: Pay level and growth opportunities.

Human Resources (HR) Assistant in Salt Lake City:
"Flexible, office conditions, corporate culture."
Pros: The flexibility with school.
Cons: Not enough recognition, no pay raises.