Human Resources (HR) Director Advice
Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Human Resources (HR) Director in Northern:
"Be years younger."
Learn your craft and establish yourself as a fair problemsolver and the "go to" person for advice.
Human Resources (HR) Director in San Jose:
"Co-Leading the Business."
Do you have a passion for coaching leaders and designing the organization for optimum performance? If so, this is the role for you!
Human Resources (HR) Director in Los Angeles:
"Do everything to improve employee relations and safety."
Communicate well with staff and management and work together with management as a partner to develop their skills as leaders.
Human Resources (HR) Director in Modesto:
"Innovative thought leader the finds solutions for complex."
Research your organization and interview multiple times to look for a culture fit.
Human Resources (HR) Director in Dallas:
New to HR ? Expect the unexpected. Know that you people will always surprise you. Be open minded. You are HR to assist your people and your company. Compassion and facts are your friends not always easy companions. HR - I love what I do !
Human Resources (HR) Director in Murray:
"Federal Compliance, Employee Relations."
To know all federal compliance guidelines & reporting. ERISA 401k, ERISA Health Benefit notifications. ACA reporting, form 1095c & 1094c, DOL regulations. FSLA compliant.
Human Resources (HR) Director in Foster City:
"Never stop learning."
Block time each week to read the email updates and HR magazines you received to keep on top of the laws and best practices.