What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Manager?
Human Resources (HR) Manager in Spokane Valley:
Pros: I love being an advocate for employees. Human beings matter; they're our company's greatest resource.
Cons: I get very little respect. (I got a lot more respect when I worked in accounting.)
Human Resources (HR) Manager in Rancho Cordova:
"Work flexibility, reliability, high stress level."
Pros: Job security, authority to suggest and implement systems.
Cons: Stressful, low pay, too many responsibilities outside job scope.
Human Resources (HR) Manager in Philadelphia:
Pros: HR administration is boring. The fun really starts when you get to be analytic and strategic: influencing policy, pulling useful knowledge out of raw data, working with all departments, working with supervisors to maximize the potential of their direct reports.
Cons: It is easy to become the office help desk if you don't set firm boundaries and define your role.
Human Resources (HR) Manager in Columbia:
"My Job Today."
Pros: Multiple challenges and relaxed office conditions and flexible work schedule.
Cons: Not having enough education to feel confident in all areas.
What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Manager at U.S. Air Force (USAF)?
Human Resources (HR) Manager in Ellicott City:
Pros: The thing I like the most about being in the military is the ability to travel. Also, the structured developmental programs has allowed me to expand in my career path and become a leader.
Cons: As with many other companies we are doing more with less. Meaning most offices are overworked. There used to be a time where one only had to focus on one maybe two programs, now one be a jack of all trades. Mastering none!