Studying: Economics and Management
Position: Junior HR Data Specialist
Employed since: May 2018
Fun fact: I have bungy jumped and sky dived in New Zealand
I grew up in Vildbjerg, which is a small city outside Herning. Here, I lived until 2014 where I moved to Aarhus to study Economics and Management. I have been employed in DC since the end of my Bachelor's degree.
I wanted to work in an international and ambitious company where I was challenged and where I could use some of the knowledge and the skills that I obtained from my studies. DC has a great reputation at Aarhus University for being a company that values student employees, and I really wanted to be a part of that.
Helle Fiskbæk Andreasen, Junior HR Data Specialist
I work in HR where I am a Junior HR Data Specialist. I am a part of the Performance and Compensation team, where I carry out tasks related to our performance management. In addition, I am responsible for handling payroll of our foreign employees and I support on various task in relation to the Danish payroll.
I typically start my day by going through my email to check if there is anything that needs to be taken care of. This can be anything related to salary, pension, maternity leave, new hires, etc. When I have checked all mailboxes, there are various monthly tasks related to both the Danish and the foreign payroll that I have to execute on. The rest of the time is used on different ad hoc tasks in HR.
The best parts of my job are that I get a lot of responsibility, that I am challenged and that I am surrounded by inspiring, talented and ambitious colleagues! All this means that I am in the best environment to learn, develop and improve my skills, which I really appreciate.
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