In regards to your query, the hierarchy can be divided into three different levels viz Senior management, Middle Management & Junior management. The Senior Management will consist of designations or roles from the head of the departments to Leaders like CEO, COO, etc. The middle management will consist of designations from Manager to Sr Manager roles who are responsible for executing the plans of the company. The junior management will have designations from an officer to Assistant Manager who would actually be doing the ground work.
In making an functional org chart you should have information relating reporting structure of an individual. This will help you to exactly know what is the kind of work that person does and how does it contribute to the overall goals. To give you an example: A liaison person may report to a CEO but his designation would just be an executive. His contribution to the overall goals might be very critical. So he may be placed down with all the other executives but since his work is critical to the functioning of the organisation, you may consider him at a middle management level.
What I have said is very generalist in nature because I dont have information or details about your company. However if you wish that I should help you in preparing the org chart, I need some more details about your company. Since I work for a consulting company, I will information on how other companies in your industry would have designed their organisation structure.
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The hierarchy defines the level of responsibility delivered. Here's a suggestion which might help you analyse further. Please weigh the level of experience required to deliver the job while freezing the band and designation. The expertise and education required to deliver, time taken to train, availability of the skill and impact of the errors can be few areas for measurement.
Seniors please guide if any changes needed.
1. President HR
2. Vice President HR
3. Director HR
4. Deputy Director HR
5. Assistant Director HR
6. Executive HR
7. Manager HR
8. Deputy Manager HR
9. Assistant Manager HR
10. Senior Officer HR
11. Officer HR
12. Junior Officer HR
13. HR Assistant
14. HR Trainee
If it is having manpower between 250 to 500 the suggested hierarchy is
1) General Manager - HR
2) Chief Manager - HR
1) Manager - HR
2) Deputy Manger - HR
First line Supervisors
1) Assistant Manager - HR
2) Executive - HR
1) Senior Secretary
3) Senior Assistant
i am confused? is it promotion or demotion? would this not drag me away from my hr career path being appointed as secretary. please help.
It depends upon the organization, its manpower attrition rate, etc. Normally, the structure is as follows:
- Officer - HR [junior to senior]
- Executive - HR [junior to senior]
- Manager - HR [Assistant to Senior]
- General Manager - HR [Assistant to Senior]
- Vice President - HR [Assistant to Senior]
- President / Head - HR
- Director - HR
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