Pros: live music, even stand up comics show up to entertain us! ping pong tournaments, team building events that are always fun! working with amazing people! laid back dress code, free healthy food!
Cons: contract position without a headcount
A typical day at work consists of coordinate phone and in-person interviews between high-level executives and candidates.
Manage the calendars of busy recruitment team, hiring managers and executive staff.
Maintain a high volume of candidate data in the applicant tracking system in in conjunction using Salesforce and Vana including drafting offer letters with start date, salary and bonus information.
Maintain up to date information throughout hiring process using discretion when handling confidential information.
Represent the face of the company usually as the first contact with the candidate – more... keeping constant communications open throughout the interview and hiring process.
Organize candidate travel, travel reimbursement and other aspects as required for each individual candidate.
Collect and maintain new-hire forms including I9, offer letter and other legal documents.
Create monthly reports pulling raw data from the ATS system converting to Excel spreadsheets and Power point presentations providing specific headcount and requisition fill information as requested.
Provide administrative support to HR department posting jobs, order supplies, assist with events as needed.
I learned about media and music corporations, laws and regulations and how artists are paid with royalties.
My co-workers and I work well together as a team and we each could cover one another on a last minute notice. We do a lot of lunches and team building events throughout the year.
The hardest part of the job is leaving.
There is not just one enjoyable part to this job, most typical days are fun, the atmosphere is energetic. From live music to ping pong tournaments to hard work every aspect of this job is enjoyable, there is always something going on on a daily basis! – less