HR Managers give their job an average rating of 4.0 out of 5.0. The HR Managers happiest with their jobs are employed by Air National Guard with an average rating of 5.0 while the HR Managers least happy with their jobs work for Kitty Hawk Kites with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"Everything, just everything - I feel really great to be in this field where I can offer work to people!"
"I love working trying to find the best and brightest talent. Helping to find smart, humble and unique colleagues to work with."
"I liked this field very much."
"I love to be an HR manager. In my career I met a lot of people and I got a good experience from them."
"I loved working with so many other intelligent professionals; however, management is stifling."
"I love the people that I work with and the opportunities that I have to grow and develop in my career."
"Nothing I can say about any dislike in my position. I love working with the people, making a difference and being a resource for all employees."
"There are always ups and downs in all the fields of life and when it comes to being a HR manager, it's definitely not easy. However I enjoyed settling disputes and ensuring that everyone in the team works as a team."
"I enjoy giving customer service and taking care of all Soldiers' administration. What I dislike about the HR field with US Army is the additional workload that does not pertain to HR relevant and the constant being in the office environment for long period of time."
"I do really love to make some HR Strategic Proposals, and what I hate is administration things and so many reports to do."
"Relating to the students and helping them from a financial perspective (i.e. navigating the financial waters involved in being a student) is very rewarding. As an HR Manager, helping faculty and staff with employment and benefit concerns was enjoyable."
"The HR department was all over the place, trying to run the show in multiple departments that they had no business in."
"Love working with people and in a team environment. I get a very good sense of accomplishment when guiding a company toward the CEO's short, medium and long term goals. I like the look on people's faces when they are getting recognized with a job well done. What I don't like to do is discipline/fire someone but that goes with the territory and must be done but it doesn't mean I have to like it. The easiest way to cause animosity, within a company, is to show favoritism."
"I love working with my customers and solving problems for them. I hate doing investigations and writing reports."
"Being able to help people at a third party objective review of situations."
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