Human Resources (HR) Generalist Reviews

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

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Charlottesville:
Pros: Helping other workers and the company as a whole. Being able to travel and work where I am.
Cons: Disconnect from the other people as I am remote.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Dallas:
"Fast pace, hectic job."
Pros: Interaction with employees, not a dull moment.
Cons:

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Roseville:
"Office Conditions."
Pros: My co workers.
Cons: Management. Culture. No perks.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Houston:
"HR Gen."
Pros: I like working in human resources and improving processes.
Cons: I like everything, no complaints.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Bend:
"Raise."
Pros: I work for a great company who cares about their employees, I have a flexible schedule.
Cons: Heavy workload.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Owings Mills:
"People Management."
Pros: Working with the executive team to create and implement new benefits and policies. Training facilitation. Organizational development. Full-cycle recruitment.
Cons: Management tends to second guess the guidance of their HR professional. Firing people for performance and behavior related issues.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Commerce:
"People Person."
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.