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Tuesday, March 30, 2010
ECCO USA Inc.; Londonberry, NH
I assisted both the HR Director and the HR Manager with general HR duties like audits, employee reviews, finding labor laws, payroll notifications, and trainings.
Throughout the internship I handles general HR duties
Overall I would evaluate this experience as excellent. This was a great experience. I learned so many things that will help me in my new job.
I would recommend this site to other students, Eco is a very large and organized company. The HR department were always giving me new productive things to learn. I would not change a thing.
My advice to other students considering pursuing a placement in the future would be to use the experience to the best of your advantage. Experience in a real job situation is a huge way to separate yourself from other graduating students. I believe this experience and my hard work got me my new job.