HR Assistants give their job an average rating of 3.9 out of 5.0. The HR Assistants happiest with their jobs are employed by United States Army with an average rating of 5.0 while the HR Assistants least happy with their jobs work for Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"Nothing. I was glad to quit as soon as I could I hated the terrible CEO and his awful attitude!"
"On a routine day, there is a mass exodus of competent employees. About 30 employees per month quit or just leave. They are fed up. The management creates policies and procedures which only really apply to the non-local employee pool. The two obvious set of rules makes it practically impossible for anyone to do their job. This situation is perfect for the local member of the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian community. For them, this is the ideal job. They can do whatever they want, whenever they feel like it. The local community member is usually only terminated because of a positive result on the drug test. Not for showing up late every day or not doing their job. Working here is like being part of a crazy drama TV show. It gets old really really fast."
"I absolutely love being able to be hands-on in the operations of my company. I am continually being fed knowledge on the internal processes viral structures for our organizations. I am a part of the decision-making processes and my perspectives contribute to the company's overall performance. I love how my position heavily reflects a personable and relationship-based role. I'm constantly interacting with others, assisting those with questions or concerns, providing solutions to issues that may arise, facilitating and training new employees, and providing opportunities for growth and development and talent management. My role challenges me and teaches me new concepts, skills. and techniques. Honestly, there is not a single negative thing I could say about my position/title and the responsibilities I have."
"I struggle to keep a work-life balance, but I know my managers are challenging me to spend less time working outside of the office!"
"Being a human resources assistant, you pretty much work for your supervisor. There's not a lot of changes going on, so you repeat what you have done the day before."
"I love being an Executive's Assistant. It gives me incredible knowledge of the workings in the company, and I become an integral part of getting projects done for the company and the Executives. I am really able to use my problem solving abilities and talents, and I've never had that anywhere else! I love the amount of variety there is. Sometimes, it's my job to help put out fires, and other times, it's making sure that our employees are happy and figure out how I can help make them even happier. It's incredibly rewarding!"
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