My 5 Realities of working in HR| Bonus, Tissue Ladies, dealing with CEO's

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My 5 Realities of working in HR| Bonus, Tissue Ladies, dealing with CEO's 5
These are my 5 realities of working in HR :-)

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I’m so happy I stumbled across this video! Im Currently studying business and Hr in uni so I need as much info as I can get. It’s also inspiring to see another black woman take on Hr because to me it’s not very common ❤️

Author — Amaequiaas Corner

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Corporate job is the most boring and stupid job in the world...I just hate my office, people and the entire office culture
just like to stay at home, water my plants and sleep

Author — Meet Dholakia

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I'm so glad I stumbled on this channel. I'm pursuing occupational psychology which heavily involves HR so this video proved very useful in managing my expectations.

Author — kdemure

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To me, when you're dealing with termination of an employee (be it either due to redundancy, performance, conduct, AWOL etc), its not about the emotional attachment towards the staff that is hard to deal with. That is the easiest actually. It's the paper work processes that is so complex and arduous as you need to ensure you terminate the staff according to the protocol (company policy and federal legal framework) which includes doing investigations on the background to ascertain the facts (you need to get buy-ins from the involved parties to share/disclose the details with you) and interviewing all involved parties to get the info right (bosses, the union), capture the whole facts finding in black and white accurately, organizing and sitting through disciplinary proceedings with the senior management, taking note, finalizing and getting an agreement to the outcome to the fate of that staff, ensuring you get the final compensation package correctly for that staff and many more. Terminating an employee wrongly (process wise) can risk your company being dragged to court. So it is not the emotional part that you should be worrying about (too much). It is the complicated process that tires you out.

Author — Pr3ppie

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Thank you for sharing about your profession☺ My boss is encouraging me to pursue a career in HR, your video helped me in my decision-making. God bless.

Author — Carmen Wyoming

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You have pointed out so elegantly and distinctively each of the points ... Thank you very much ... Cheers

Author — Abhi Dey

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Thank you so much for sharing!!! This has been very helpful in allowing me to see inside the world of HR. I am currently a​ HR candidate in the process of pursuing an entry-level position in the field. This was definitely useful information.

Author — Darlene Warren

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Do you live in the UK? I am about to graduate and I am interested in going into HR. Could you do a more in depth video about how you got into HR and what you do. Thank you.

Author — Yaclilly

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Thank you for making this video. I have been working in HR for over 8 years and I feel people aren't 'real' about the real world of working in HR.

Author — Coreena Schwartz

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"You know you have a personal assistant, right?" Love it lol. Thank you for the info, I'm considering this career.

Author — Cassima Cannon

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Working in HR, do you have much chance of ever leaving HR and actually becoming a part of the senior management? Or does it not work like that?

Author — Zara Royce

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I am about to Finish my Bachelors and have been looking for videos in regards to what the field is like, because I am a bit nervous. I am so happy that you have posted this video, thank you for the wealth of information, it was very enlightening.

Author — Tony T

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I knew u were going to keep it real 👏👏 not sure if I am interested in HR I just apreciate honesty

Author — Imani J

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Hello Moira, I'm just starting my career in HR. Just a quick question; Do you have a CIPD qualification?

Author — Ed

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Really liked your video. excellent choice of reality's. I have only just started my HR career(fell into it), I have been at it for about 12 mounts. I have been building by skills slowly after being a retail manager in a large format stores for 10 years. your reality's are SO accurate. If i had to had one of my own, Its that even though it can be a hard job there is some true rewards, such as when I am undertaking recruitment and I appoint a person that does a great job and I get to look on a be proud of them or if I coach a staff member (who maybe isn't do so well) and get to see a great improvement I get the warm fuzzys :)

Author — Andrew Neilson

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Thanks girl I want to jioni in this field, and through this video am really encouraged ❤❤❤

Author — Pauline Amimo

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This was really informative and helpful. Thank you for sharing! Many of these realities are also similar for Executive Assistants from my experience.

Author — Danny Hayes

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Yes, keeping your professionalism, without detaching yourself completely from the other person. We mustn't forget to be also human in the business area and should support each other

Author — Auntie Jane

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Thank you for sharing, high informative.

Author — Jacinta Kisungi

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thank you so much for this video! 😁 it taught me more about HR and I'm intrested in this career.

Author — Laila Edward