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Based on 31 responses, the job of Human Resources (HR) Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.03 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?

February 2014
"Love Your Job And You Will Never Work A Day In Your Life!"
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Gain as much experience in a variety of HR functions (e.g. Benefits, classification, grant writing, screening and hiring, payroll management, compliance, etc.) as possible because small organizations (especially non-profits) expect you to wear many different "hats"!
March 2014
"My Job Today."
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Pros: Multiple challenges and relaxed office conditions and flexible work schedule.
Cons: Not having enough education to feel confident in all areas.
April 2014
"Corporate Culture, Challenging Environment."
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Pros: Good work culture, challenging assignments, diversity,
Cons: Bureaucracy, delays, not so good IT system.
April 2014
"Corporate Culture."
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Pros: The challenge and education, its been a great change and I like all the different angles that come with this job.
Cons: When someone gets hurt, physical or mental.
April 2014
"HR Professional."
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
HR Manager should always think of employees welfare while keeping employer's interest & benefit in mind.
May 2014
"Continuous Improvement."
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Always look for ways to continuously improve the systems you use and how you do things.
May 2014
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Pros: Engaging with people in a way that supports and elevates their position in life. My position makes a difference with people both employers and managers when the right people are in the right job and working with supervisors and managers that are best suited to their work style. I can improve quality of life for employees through training and development programs so they can grow their skills set. I have implemented programs and protocols that make work life easier and efficient.
Cons: I impact peoples lives, the job is not difficult the consequences to oneself and others can be devastating and therefore cause stress. Of me. I deal with reprimands and suspensions- I have let people go. My position generates a certain amount of fear. Managing change, implementing new protocols, dealing with resistance from all levels of the company. Legal compliance in a transient industry, meeting stringent safety requirements and working with immigration issues where an error can mean the deportation of a person and thier family.