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Based on 2,352 responses, the job of Human Resources (HR) Coordinator has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.99 out of 5. On average, Human Resources (HR) Coordinators are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Coordinator?

May 2020
Human Resources (HR) Coordinator in Seattle:
Pros: Great people, great mission.
Cons: Being micromanaged by direct report; archaic systems, from computer software to paper employee filing.
May 2020
"Great Culture."
Human Resources (HR) Coordinator in Sydney:
Pros: Working at Sika is like working with family. The people are all very friendly, welcoming and happy. The atmosphere is driven but also flexible. Work life balance is encouraged and practiced. Perfect if you have a family or other commitments - overtime is not an expectation. Management is very fair.
Cons: Nothing
July 2020
"Opportunity."
Human Resources (HR) Coordinator in Lubbock:
Pros: The freedom to be innovative to help processes and have more efficiency within the team.
November 2013
"Annual check up"
Human Resources (HR) Coordinator:
Pros: Employee relation Performance management
Cons: Job postings Lack of advancement
October 2013
"payscale"
Human Resources (HR) Coordinator:
Pros: I enjoy what i do, ie training and recruiting and i enjoy working with all the staff
Cons: the pay
September 2020
"The ability to provide care for others in need."
Human Resources (HR) Coordinator in Tupelo:
Pros: I love to learn and get to know others and be able to help people in the best way I can.
Cons: The pay/ no benefits.