Human Resources (HR) Generalist Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Generalist?
Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Commerce:
Pros: I love the people I work with, I also love that everyday I am dealing with a new issue or something different that needs to be resolved. It is not the same thing everyday.
Cons: Some times the people are to needy and ask for things that they can do on their own.
Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Bangalore:
"We can learn new thinks when we face difficulties in this hr."
Pros: Feeling good when I am administrating all the employees together in a office and good fell when I complete my tasks that to like facing the difficulties with different situations and individuals ideas with successful plans great to feel the work nature and my designation.
Cons: I feel bad when my plan becomes failure with small small difficulties.
Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Raleigh:
Pros: Taking care of people and making them feel appreciated.
Cons: Working with systems I have to train myself on.
Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Washington:
"Learn everything you can."
I would advise anyone new to the HR Generalist role is as the title implies try to learn everything you can about the HR function and make a concerted effort to master all of those scopes that come with the HR field. This will put you on the path down the road to be elevated to a HR Manager.
Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Yakima:
"Lack of policies/ procedures."
In your interview: Ask questions about software, pay increase frequency, and compliance with policies and procedures.
Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Holly Ridge:
"Enjoys coaching and mentoring others to make a difference."
I would suggest that a new HR Generalist Enjoy your job with the self-satisfaction that you can and will make a difference in others life by instilling integrity, honesty, great work ethics, following company processes and procedures, state and federal laws and the ability to know at the end of the day, you gave it 110+% and is satisfied with the results.
Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Austin:
Pros: The culture of my organization.
Cons: The pay.