Human Resources (HR) Manager Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Manager?

Human Resources (HR) Manager in Bellevue:
Pros: Interation wth Managment and employees.
Cons: Lack of pay and benifits. Long hours with no compensation.

Human Resources (HR) Manager in Las Vegas:
"Continuing Education."
I wish I'd known how intensive HR can be in a company of 100. My background was in Accounting with a low level of HR. For this job, I have to keep up on HR law and changes as best I can. Valuable skills learned with this job were excelling on different payroll systems. I've learned two in this job, ADP and Paychex. People skills are an absolute must on this position. The perks are a relaxed work environment, clothing and attitude-wise.

Human Resources (HR) Manager in Bellevue:
"The managment."
Pros: Interation with other managers and the business.
Cons: The pay and benifits and overtime hours without pay.

Human Resources (HR) Manager in Allison:
"Always changing world of hr."
Pros: The interaction with employee.
Cons: Can be extremely stressful.

Human Resources (HR) Manager in Cleveland:
"Start-up company."
Network as much as possible.

Human Resources (HR) Manager in Houston:
Pros: I like that I get to help take care of the mentally ill.
Cons: I get treated as if my age is a disabler.

Human Resources (HR) Manager in Las Vegas:
"For People People Only."
Be prepared to walk a tight rope on a daily basis. Uncertainty is certain. Be able to modify your communication style to fit various situations. Be a good salesperson. Be fair minded and open minded. Be a good listener. Be a cheerleader. Be honest and empathetic. Be prepared to follow changing legislation and make changes accordingly. Be ethical. Don't forget where you came from.