Pros: employee appreciation, recognition, excellent benefits
Cons: long drive to work, not permanent
A day at work is spent recruiting people, typically via Linked IN recruiter. When I am not doing this - I interviewing candidates or working on other various hr projects, on open hire ( which is our employee and resume tracking system), or in meetings with hiring managers for the positions I am currently trying to fill.
I have learned a lot on recruitment, business cases - and what to do while creating a new position, posting a position online, and how important team work and organization is.
With management, I feel it is important to not babysit others and let them learn and do on their own. I am a fast learner and work well in a fast paced environment and because of that it is important for management to have trust in their employees. This is an important value that they should carry with them in their style.
With co-workers communication and teamwork are two of the most important values one should hold - so everyone is on the same page. Projects are finished in a timely manner and we represent what the company stands for.
The hardest part of the job is having to leave at the end of the day, I love what I do. Having to part from it and go home and find a place to stop is difficult.
The most enjoyable part of my job is speaking with people and convincing them that they will love it there too. I am able to show them my passion for the company, and encourage them that they will have that same passion for the company that I have.