Human Resources (HR) Specialist Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Specialist?
Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Sarasota:
Pros: Commute, surrounding area, positive coworkers.
Cons: Cost of living is high compared to compensation.
Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Halethorpe:
"Exhausting and not managed well."
Pros: I love working as an HR specialist.
Cons: We're not trained well as our manager doesn't understand her job enough to explain. Our manager is very unorganized and chaotic. This person is amazing as a person, just not great to work under.
Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Denver:
Cons: Traffic and too many people.
Human Resources (HR) Specialist in McAlester:
Do the best you can with what the resources you have. Keep everything confidential. Treat everyone the same, do not play favorites.
Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Red Bluff:
"Gain an Education."
Always ask about continuing education opportunities.
Human Resources (HR) Specialist in New York:
"Meeting different people."
Pros: The city has various opportunities.
Cons: The commute is extremely long from my current location.
Human Resources (HR) Specialist in Durand:
Pros: I love working with people good and bad. There are always bad parts to HR and I don't mind that. I truly love the interaction with employees and helping them with what they need. I also do mostly the recruiting for the company I work for and love when we find a candidate perfect for the jobs we are hiring for!
Cons: There is not balance in our pay scale at all. We have grown so fast and merged over that last several years and the payscale is all over the place . Feel that I am being underpaid for being young.