Chief People Officer Reviews

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Based on 36 responses, the job of Chief People Officer has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.24 out of 5. On average, Chief People Officers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Chief People Officer?

January 2016
"Great work culture."
Chief People Officer:
Pros: Interacting with people and policy formulation.
Cons: LESS FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS.
October 2018
"I love it and cost of living is so low in Kansas City."
Chief People Officer in Lenexa:
Pros: Close to my home and no commute
Cons: Lack of restaurants and arts
November 2018
Chief People Officer in Dallas:
Pros: the economic opportunities and the people
Cons: the racism that still exists
January 2019
"Busy city balanced with life activities."
Chief People Officer in Cape Town:
Pros: Beauty of the city enabling a balanced life
Cons: Public transportation ineffective
February 2019
"Busy place."
Chief People Officer in London:
Pros: Money
Cons: Too many people
February 2019
"Dynamic."
Chief People Officer in Sydney:
Pros: Professional edge to stay ahead
Cons: It is expensive
September 2019
"Fulfilling and Productive."
Chief People Officer in Kelowna:
Pros: the capacity to inspire a healthy workplace culture
Cons: the values conflict with board of directors