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difference between HR Executive and HR GENERALIST?

krishnachowdary47 Started The Discussion:

Dear all, What is the difference between HR Executive and HR GENERALIST? Please can you send me the difference? Any organization what kind of rollís of HR Generalist will take care. Regards Chowdary

Srinidhi Prasad - Contributing Member
Hi Chowdary,

Generalist HR covers recruitment, comp & benefits, Training & development, performance appraisal, Employee welfare, Industrial Laws etc. It covers entire gamut of HR & Administration.

Thanks, Regards,
Srinidhi Prasad.

Dear Srinidhi, You explained very well about Generalist HR but whats about Executive HR? Waiting for your reply. Amit

bhandhavi.r - Contributing Member
Hi All, There are similar kind of threads posted before please search you will find the answers in few minutes.

Srinidhi Prasad - Contributing Member
Hi All,

The word 'Executive' is used for entry level or may be with experience of 2-3 years in India, but in the rest of the world 'Executive' is used for mostly top management.

When you say the difference between HR Generalist & Executive HR, it is company specific. Normally, HR generalist is a general term used for somebody covering major aspects of the HR. For ex: somebody who is handling recruitments would be called as a 'Recruiter', but a generalist is just a role or function. The designation would be Executive HR or Administrator HR or Officer HR etc. depending on the company and their designation structure.

Hope this would be fine.

Thanks & Regards,
Srinidhi Prasad

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