I recently got let go due to poor performance at work. My supervisor told me I was not detailed oriented and that is critical for a HR role. Due to an error that now has to be corrected, was his final straw. A little back ground on the role, I was there less than a year in an open floor plan (a lot of distractions). Great supervisor as far as processes put in place, he knowledgeable; but I lacked asking all the questions that I should have asked instead of figuring it out or asking questions via slack (which is the main way people communicated even if we sat next to each other) . Something got lost in translation. I take accountability that I made mistakes, but how do I find a job and prevent mistakes like this from costing my job? How are HR professional so detailed oriented? I have a masters degree in HR and my PHR certification. I love people and working In HR is fun but how does someone be polished and detailed oriented in this field?
Not sure if HR Is for me, should I change careers, maybe I’m not passionate enough? Or maybe the open floor plan caused me to have A.D.D?