Pros: excellent benefits and work environment
Cons: letting applicants know they weren't chosen for a job.
Entered New Hire Data, Submitted background checks, dealt with New Hires for payroll paperwork, training and benefits, organized orientation breakfast and facilitated orientation twice a month.
I learned meeting facilitation and business communication skills. I learned recruiting skills.
I got along well with my management team, creating strong relationships – more... that are still strong today.
I worked well with my coworkers. I was a leader in the organization and I volunteered for several diversity celebration committees.
The hardest part of the job was turning new hires down for failed UA's and/or background checks.
The most enjoyable part of the job was celebrating different diversity months. i.e. Black History, Pride and Hispanic Heritage. – less