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Based on 881 responses, the job of Human Resources (HR) Business Partner has received a job satisfaction rating of 4 out of 5. On average, Human Resources (HR) Business Partners are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Business Partner?

March 2016
"Important to Learn the Business."
Human Resources (HR) Business Partner:
Most important thing I learned is the importance of learning the business and speaking up when you're unsure of the assigned task.
March 2016
"There is no book that covers this."
Human Resources (HR) Business Partner:
This position is not for someone that is sees everything as black & white, or that does not like people. This position requires stepping into gray areas, thinking outside the normal, being intutive, having a servant's heart, walking the line of what's right for the employee and right for the company.
May 2016
"Apply everything you learn to your current job duties."
Human Resources (HR) Business Partner:
Find a mentor and work with them to increase your knowledge and professional judgment.
May 2016
Human Resources (HR) Business Partner:
Network as much as possible and attend seminars. Ask peers advice.
May 2016
Human Resources (HR) Business Partner:
Pros: People interaction, coaching and mentoring, business strategy and talent management.
Cons: Managing large scale behavioural issues. Lack of work life balance.
May 2016
"Value of my work."
Human Resources (HR) Business Partner:
Pros: Consulting employees, resolving employee queries, strategic role in retention.
July 2016
Human Resources (HR) Business Partner:
Get all of your education out of the way when you are early in your career.