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Based on 3,277 responses, the job of Human Resources (HR) Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.22 out of 5. On average, Human Resources (HR) Directors are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Director?

July 2014
"Human Resources - A Necessary Evil."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Pros: Lots of variety, always something new, self direction.
Cons: The inability to directly implement the actions necessary. Constantly having to nag, influence, cajole managers into being more disciplined in the oversight of human resources.
August 2014
"HR COMPLIANCE."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Work hard and also keep up to date on all compliance issues in california.
October 2014
"The Name Of The School You Graduate From Matters."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Must be organized, caring, capable, have excellent writing skills, language skills, be able to multitask and work well under stress.
October 2014
"Education."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Obtain a Master's Degree in Administration or Business. Obtain a degree in Employment Law.
October 2014
"CITY GOVERNMENT, SUNSHINE LAWS."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Absorb, Absorb, Absorb. Take any training you can and find other HR's to benchmark with.
November 2014
"Great - you make a difference."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Pros: Creating Meaning and making a difference.
Cons: Union negotiations.
January 2015
"Things I've learned."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Best to explore careers by doing informal interviews. Network even if you have a job.