Human Resources (HR) Generalist Reviews

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

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Wallingford:
"Work Culture."
Pros: My team and the employees within the company.
Cons: Lack of Work life balance/ Negative work culture.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Aspen:
"Jump in with both feet."
Try everything because you'll never know what you like! Learning new competencies and becoming well-rounded is an excellent skill.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Raleigh:
"Life of an HR Generalist."
Pros: Helping people. Coaching and mentoring employees. Creating a safe and comfortable work environment. Teaching and training employees. Giving employees the tools they need to do their jobs well.
Cons: My pay. That I do not feel appreciated or valued. I do not feel that they see what I do as important or making a difference.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Warminster:
"Love Job/ Dislike Boss."
Pros: I love the feeling of helping employees. Motivating people to do a good job and rewarding them. I have built relationships with respect and trust which allows me to identify problems and try to find solutions. I continually attempt to make a positive work place by employee of the month, recognizing staff for ideas or taking extra steps. Consulting management by using the employees views on specific issues.
Cons: My boss.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in Fort Worth:
"Varied tasks and outside HR realm."
My tasks have varied greatly and still include being the point person for the IT contractors and liaison to the Board of Directors. If I could focus simply on HR, I could make a huge difference here.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in New York:
Pros: Working with people, solving conflicts.
Cons: Inconsistency, dishonesty, uncertainty.

Human Resources (HR) Generalist in New York:
Pros: Helping employees and being able to be a reliable resource.
Cons: The amount of time and the pay offered.