Vice President (VP), Human Resources (HR) Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Vice President (VP), Human Resources (HR)?

Vice President (VP), Human Resources (HR) in Riverside:
"Riverside Setting the Pace."
Pros: Location to local big cities.
Cons: The heat/dust.

Vice President (VP), Human Resources (HR) in Kansas City:
"Excellent family friendly culture, casual dress, walkability."
Pros: The people and attractions such as the Plaza, Arrowhead Statium, Kauffman Center for the performing arts.
Cons: Bad highway, congestion, homeless.

Vice President (VP), Human Resources (HR) in Seattle:
"Work in a dynamic city, play in the spectacular outdoors."
Pros: Dynamic, growing city. I love working at the Icon of Seattle's Space Needle.
Cons: Cost of housing.

Vice President (VP), Human Resources (HR) in Louisiana:
"A True Sportsman's Paradise."
Pros: People, food, and fun are the best!
Cons: Lots of mosquitoes and humidity.

Vice President (VP), Human Resources (HR) in Houston:
"Adopt "Yes, I can.""
This job is invigorating for anyone with a "can-do" approach. The environment is fast-paced and challenging. The leadership is "building" excellence into the organization. It means being open to examining and adopting new and smart ways of doing things. It means always seeking ways to improve, every day.

Vice President (VP), Human Resources (HR) in Buffalo:
"Working in Buffalo."
Pros: The commute.
Cons: The weather.

Vice President (VP), Human Resources (HR) in Hollywood:
"I'd be more valuable if I understood the business better."
Understand the total business. Become a true Business Partner. Understand accounting reports, etc. Sell the problem you solve, not the product you have to sell.