Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Richmond, IN – February 14, 2017
This job required patience and strict confidentiality, as with Purchasing. However, the part I enjoyed learning the most was that I was part of a team that helped resolve issues for those who felt that they were unfairly treated based on their color, race, age, or gender.
Free Service to those who could not afford attorneys. Great office environment.
Deputy Director (Current Employee) – Columbus, IN – June 4, 2013
At the Human Rights Commission, I am able to work with a wide variety of clients who are unable to afford an attorney to fight against discrimination. The hands-on experience at the Human Rights Commission has been priceless in developing my interpersonal and communication skills. We receive clients from all walks of life from a similar situations, and being able to manage and advise clients can be a challenge, but providing the best service is our goal, and I have been able to learn that at this current position.
Laid back office setting. Great coworkers and boss.
Compliance Specialist (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – April 17, 2012
A typical day at work for me is answering phones and sorting files and putting them where they need to go. I've learned the entry level postion when i first started working there; i was 16. Our office is ran quite well, my boss is the best boss i've never had. The hardest part of my job at th Human Rights Commission is updating lists. The most enjoyable part of my job is i love working with the poeple who love to work with me. We all get along and posess communication skills.