I found this role quite monotonous and boring. I went into the role as a 'people person', needing to be with people, which I clearly stated, yet this role was behind a desk, constantly on a computer with the only people interaction being through a headset. The days were long, the pay was terrible - but again, that was sold as a lot more attractive than reality. Constant micro-management was really off putting. A few relatives in the business that require HR skills, however, their unprofessional behavior is ignored because they're family - they make their own rules. I left on good terms, but I would say that this is the worst role I have ever held - in many ways.