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Can any one tell me what is the MNC structure of HR Dept? a/c to work divison and roles, kindly help me in this regard, as I have to construct HR department in my organization.- AdaMs

Faysal -  Member Since: Apr 2007
Hi Dear,

In our organizaiton (FMCG - MNC) HR Dept. is dealing with three sub fucntion.

1. HR
2. IR
3. Administration

Each sub function is leaded by an Assistant Manager (or Executive)reporting to HR&IR Manager (Head of HR&IR Department). HR team consists of 3 to 4 persons, IR Team 3 to 4 persons and off course Administration team consists of 12 to 16 persons due to variation of jobs e.g House keeping, Telephone Exchange, Drivers, Gate Staff. etc.

General Structure of each sub function is as under.

1 X Asst. Manager or Executive
1-2 X Officers
2-4 X Supervisors or Assistant Officers

Please ask if you need further help.

Best Regards,

Faysal Chaudhary

msubbu -  Member Since: Mar 2007
Hi, My name is MS Maniyam, working as Sr. HR Executive. Can you please send me accross a Power point presentation of HR Department STructure and organisation structure. Thanks and regards, MS

Ashwani L Singhvi -  Member Since: May 2007
Normally in American MNCs the HR Structure is like this

INDIA MNCs
HR Head Human Resources Team Leader HRTL
AM/DM/Mgr-HR Team Advisor (s) TA HR Ops, TA, TE, TT, ER

Only two layers are there in most of the MNCs,

Thanks,

Ashwani Singhvi

Sari -  Member Since: Jun 2007
Faysal Can you pls tell me the strength of your organization...for my analysis... about the HR structure... Thanks SARI

snewtonjenkins -  Member Since: May 2008
Can any one help me to know the various hr designations exist in the company??? S. Newton Jenkins (Management Trainee - HR)

stephen.hr -  Member Since: Jul 2009
Check out dis website if u wanna know abt six different organizational structure in MNC...

6 Organizational Structure of a MNC

Regards
Steven~~budding HR Manager..




 
 
 
 





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