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Based on 3,370 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?

November 2015
"Harder than I thought."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Surround yourself with a great team.
February 2016
"If you know early own it is not a good fit, trust yourself."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Learn the business you're working in. Get out of your office frequently, communicate effectively across ALL levels of the organization.
December 2015
"Human Resources Director."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Advocate for both employees and protect your company from litigation.
January 2016
"The business."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Know the business, from sales, marketing to production. Grown to understand the dynamics of each team. Never stop learning. Just because some companies do not value their H. R. Dept., does not mean you are not critical to the success of your company.
January 2016
"Job requirements."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Do your research as it relates to salary equity.
January 2016
"How challenging and wonderful it really is."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
Stay on top of current market trends and changing laws.
February 2016
"Documentation is everything."
Human Resources (HR) Director:
If it's not on paper, it didn't happen. I have had very bad experiences throughout my career because supervisors and myself included did not document employee incidents. Even the most loyal employees can come back and sue and if there is no documentation in their files, guess who is going to win?