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Based on 421 responses, the job of Sr. Human Resources (HR) Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.19 out of 5. On average, Sr. Human Resources (HR) Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Sr. Human Resources (HR) Manager?

July 2016
The value of a master's degree.
Sr. Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Try to learn as much as you can from different people. You will then take away the beneficial and not so valuable information.
October 2016
People Management, Recruiting, Engagement.
Sr. Human Resources (HR) Manager:
People Management, Strategic HR.
November 2016
Work prioritization and Negotiation skills.
Sr. Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Decision Making should be unbiased and not influenced by emotional scenarios. Be it any decision, may be with respect to making a personal choices at work or work related decisions, they should be objective and in tandem with the Business goals. At every step, a quantified approach to HR decisions are far more effective than qualitative contributions.
January 2017
Sr. Human Resources (HR) Manager in Bozeman:
Pros: Love Bozeman and the surrounding beauty and friendly community.
Cons: Cost of living is too high in both housing and food. Spend a lot on gas too because I have to live 25 miles outside of Bozeman in order to afford a home within my budget, makes for a long commute each day to get to work.
February 2017
Relaxed.
Sr. Human Resources (HR) Manager in Irvine:
Pros: Easy commute, relaxed atmosphere, authority over my department.
Cons: All male upper management, low respect.
May 2017
Sr. Human Resources (HR) Manager in Wellington:
Pros: The varied activities - no day is alike. Developing people - the satisfaction that comes with knowing you have helped others. The law/legal aspect of it - the constant challenges this brings and needing to be on top of your game.
August 2017
Planning.
Sr. Human Resources (HR) Manager in Alberton:
Make sure that you have a plan for every aspect in terms of time and when what has to be done. Otherwise job will run away with you.