This week we are highlighting one of our team members, Lindsay Dingman. Lindsay is an HR Coordinator at Greene Resources. We asked Lindsay about her role at Greene, and the piece of advice she’s gives to people in the workplace.
What do you as a Human Resources Coordinator at Greene Resources?
I am a Human Resources Coordinator supporting the Recruiting Solutions teams. I handle compliance and onboarding for newly hired contract and direct hire employees, manage timesheet tracking and payroll assistance for already working contract employees, field questions regarding payroll, PTO, and other benefits, and I help Recruiters and Resource Administrators at Greene who need basic HR guidance for their candidates.
What is a piece of advice you give to people in the workplace?
One piece of life advice I often give is, “It’s all about the experience.” I feel that truly applies to everything in life including the workplace. Strive to experience all that you can in and out of your career. Learn from others, try new things, work in different ways and in different jobs to find what you love. Your career is going to be a big part of your life so take advantage of as many experiences that you can.
How can people prioritize themselves and their mental and emotional health while working remotely?
The best way to prioritize emotional and mental health while working remotely is to remember to take breaks throughout the day. Don’t ever feel that you are glued to your dining room table or your computer just because you are home. Go for a walk, take your lunch hour (the full hour), get a snack and a drink, call your co-workers just to chat every now and then. Prioritize work completion, yes, but be sure to give yourself a break every now and then too.