I’ve been in a job for about a year.
It’s a position in an HR department in Canada that offers benefits and perks.
In the past, I’ve worked on my own and on staff, but I’m no longer an employee of the company.
I was a part-time worker until I decided to leave my job and start a new one.
I also started writing about my experiences in HR to try and inspire others who might be considering taking that next step.
It’s a challenging time in HR.
HR is facing a crisis of credibility, with the number of workers claiming benefits on a daily basis falling.
And with the introduction of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) and a new mandate from the Government, companies are going to have to start thinking about the impact of those claims on their workforce.
The job market is also going to get worse.
I spent a year as a full-time employee and it was a tough time.
I had to take on a lot of responsibility, and I was always feeling a little insecure.
I quit my current job when I was 27 to join a startup.
It was a very challenging decision, but the opportunity presented itself.
I learned a lot about the workplace and I’ve also become a better human being.
I am able to make more money, have more autonomy, and enjoy more of my time.
It will be an exciting time for me to see what happens after I retire.
This is a series about HR that covers issues facing HR professionals and HR managers in Canada.