Human Resources (HR) Specialist Reviews

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

Human Resources (HR) Specialist in St. Cloud:
Pros: Flexibility, coworkers, challenge.
Cons: Unstable economic conditions, unfulfilled promises.

Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Andover:
Pros: Flexible schedule, company culture.
Cons: Unstable financial conditions, unfulfilled promises.

Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Atlanta:
"The Work that Never Sleeps."
Pros: Culture. Pay. Conditions.
Cons: Parking. Phone calls. Work load. Stress leve.

Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Las Vegas:
"Who you know is more important then what you know."
Build relationships with everyone in the company and at all levels of the organization. Get a mentor or at least make regular appointments with someone you think highly of and respect. Go out of your way to do anything your asked to do with enthusiasm. Volunteer for new projects and let supervisors know you are looking for new opportunities to grow if they hear of anything. Be available to people. Listen more and talk less. Hold negative comments for private one on one conversations, there is a time and place for everything.

Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Washington:
"Like working for people that try."
Pros: Meeting people especially new people.
Cons: Nothing would not do anything to change it.

Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Waldorf:
"I love it."
Pros: Helping others find employment. Interacting with different departments.
Cons: At times things aren't organized.

Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Springfield:
"I Wear Multiple Hats in HR."
Pros: I enjoy having multiple tasks: processing payroll, assist in onboarding, maintain employee benefits, prepare invoices for accounts payable, help with compliance auditing, assistant to the CEO, social media director, order supplies, and work part-time as a teller.
Cons: I feel that I am constantly taking on new projects and responsibilities but am not seeing an increase in pay.