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Based on 5,845 responses, the job of Human Resources (HR) Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.14 out of 5. On average, Human Resources (HR) Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Human Resources (HR) Manager?

January 2014
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Hire and nurture the talent.
January 2014
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Pros: Set own schedule, autonomy in my work, developing strategic priorities.
Cons: Some business ethics issues.
January 2014
"Working Environment and salary."
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Pros: Working Environment, office conditions, salary.
Cons: Few Negative People, some time I feel my Responsibilities are without authority.
January 2014
"Do Not Hesitate To Share Your Thoughts, Believe In Yourself."
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
As a HR Manager we need to be innovative, business oriented and scientific to establish credibility and relevance for the organization.
January 2014
"Deputy Manager."
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Manager should understand setting up shared services background to reduce cost and standardize the work.
January 2014
"Sell Yourself!"
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
When you are being interviewed by a new company either public or private, and being ask to tell something about yourself, tell them a lot. If you won't, it may come back to haunt you in a bad way. Understand that your resume only says so much but elaborating about your former employment, position and duties is not being conceited. Its setting you up for job evaluation and maybe even promotion.
February 2015
"Office Conditions."
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Pros: Role and responsibility, support from the higher management.
Cons: Not enough recognition, bias, salary.