HR is such a growing profession, and a lot of Gen-Y-ers are going into it for a career. But not many are writing about it, and there seems to be a real silence on the reality of being a Gen-Y HR practitioner. Mostly, I get the impression that a lot of Gen-Y HR practitioners are faced with a 'whippersnapper' mentality where they are seen as young, inexperienced and overconfident. Probably true, but a really difficult impression to disprove also!

A young and inexperienced person considered to be presumptuous or overconfident.

human resourcesplural of hu·man re·sourc·es (Noun)
  1. The personnel of a business or organization, esp. when regarded as a significant asset.
  2. The department of a business or organization that deals with the administration, management, and training of personnel.

So - hello! My name is Sarah, and I'm a HR professional. I have a Bachelors of HR Management, and have worked as a HR Manager for a couple of years. I'm an Aussie, and had the pleasure of working in Singapore from 2010-2013. Now I'm incredibly fortunate and get to work in my hometown of Adelaide, Australia.

This blog came about after I received a few questions that I thought people would be interested in hearing the answers to.

It's wonderful to have you here, and please make yourself right at home...


You can contact me on whippersnapperhr@gmail.com

This blog is written for my personal purposes only. Unless explicitly stated, all content written includes experiences and opinions that belong to me. And in case you haven't noticed, I'm only speaking with my very own, one-off and unique, backwards and ill conceived, but passionate, opinion. It isn't the opinion of any organisation I work for, that I am affiliated with, or am talking about. It's just lil ol' me.

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