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Based on 3,346 responses, the job of Human Resources (HR) Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.21 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?

February 2015
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Pros: People development, talent management, coaching, strategy. Organisational development and change management.
Cons: Finances, labour Relations.
February 2015
"HR Executive responsibilities."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Pros: Culture.
Cons: ER.
March 2015
"The detailed it took to maintain compliance of CA law."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Read your laws know them and put them into practice.
March 2015
"HR Fun."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Organization and Transparency are two of the most important things in my position.
March 2015
"HR Complexities."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Read and learn constantly.
April 2015
"Grass Wasn't Green."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Lots of autonomy, interesting work, but a very negative work environment.
April 2015
"Innovation, patience, knowledge, collaboration."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Establish your focal point/s with regard to your HR objectives (i.e., employee relations, compensation, training, etc.). Passion, engagement, communication, dedication and love for people!