HR professionals: common challenges are worth to be known. Let me share my story. As the new HR manager at my current Company, I was feeling a mix of excitement and nervousness on my first day. I had always been interested in the field of HR and was thrilled to have the opportunity to put my skills and knowledge to use at a dynamic and growing company. As I settled into my new office, I was overwhelmed by the number of tasks and responsibilities on my plate in the role of manager. There were employee onboarding packets to review, performance evaluations to schedule, and a seemingly endless stream of emails and requests from employees and managers. Despite the hectic pace, I was determined to make a positive impact at the company. I worked tirelessly to learn the ropes and quickly became an invaluable resource for employees and managers.
I am responsible for overseeing and coordinating the administrative functions of an organization. This includes recruiting and hiring employees, managing payroll and benefits, and implementing and enforcing company policies and procedures. I am also responsible for maintaining employee records, handling disciplinary actions and performance evaluations, and promoting positive employee relations within the organization. In addition to these duties, the I am also involved in developing and implementing training programs, managing employee benefits and compensation, and conducting workplace investigations. I have strong communication and interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to multitask and handle multiple projects at once.