Human Resources (HR) Generalist Reviews

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

December 2014
"Working for the Employees."
Human Resources (HR) Generalist:
Pros: I like being here for the employees, getting answers, resolving issues, providing them with the best representation of the company that I can possibly give.
Cons: The company is known for not always being generous with employee benefits and compensation. For instance, they have a Tuition Reimbursement program but is mostly in name only. It takes effort to be approved for it. Also the company pays for coffee but employees pay for sugar and cream. Employees have left due to feeling being underpaid as well as having managment that doesn't listen to them or welcome advice on how to make things work better.
January 2015
Human Resources (HR) Generalist:
Pros: The culture of my organization.
Cons: The pay.
January 2015
"Hard Work is Rewarding."
Human Resources (HR) Generalist:
Pros: That I get to manage myself and bring value to the organization.
Cons: The hours don't always match the salary.
February 2015
"Enjoys coaching and mentoring others to make a difference."
Human Resources (HR) Generalist:
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.
March 2015
"Human Resources Enabler."
Human Resources (HR) Generalist:
Enabling business to make decisions that drive strategy without the fear of being undermined.
March 2016
"Lack of policies/ procedures."
Human Resources (HR) Generalist:
In your interview: Ask questions about software, pay increase frequency, and compliance with policies and procedures.
March 2015
"Learn everything you can."
Human Resources (HR) Generalist:
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.
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