saravana kumar Started The Discussion:
Many corporate MNCís having hierarchy level for all designations and isolate their jobs. My query is about, what are the roles and responsibilities for HR-Executive, Sr.HR Executive, HR-Manager, Sr.HR-Manager, VP-HR, etcÖ
Please could you differentiate their profiles and how they split the day-day assignments?
Iíll expect all members on citehr forum should give an appropriate feedback.
Thanks in advance.
Executive - HR
Each organization has different roles alloted. Naturally the responsibilities given should be as per priority basis.
Executive has no exp. or less exp. so not major work is alloted to them.
Sr. Executive have now good experience so major (no so..... major) but responsiblities like ESIC, PF, Grat. etc can be given
Manager definetley have good exp. so he will supervise all recrutment, offer letter, appointment letter, MIS, attrition etc.
Head / VP is much more expeience. he will frame policies, supervise, take decision, etc
Hope some ideas are clear.
You have asked good question about roles and responsibilites of HR Personnel in a big company.
We can talk at length about this subject, but in a nutshell it will be determined based on the following characteristics.
01. VP / GM - HR, Exploring the possibility of introducing new concepts with regard to recruitment, training, goals of the organisation
02. HR Manager and Dy. Manager: Day to day governance of HR Functions with regard to Recruitment, training, welfare, payroll admn,industrial relations
03. Executive and Sr.Executive - HR: Execution of the HR Work assigned to them with regard to all functions of HR Dept.
Hope i have explained to certain extent about the Responsibilities of HR Hierarchy.
Many corporate MNC’s having hierarchy level for all designations and isolate their jobs. My query is about, what is the best hr-heirarchy according to their roles and responsibilities for HR-Executive, Sr.HR Executive, assistant manager - hr, HR-Manager, Sr.HR-Manager, VP-HR, etc…
Please could you provide me a organizan structure for HR-department?
I’ll expect all members on citehr forum should give an appropriate feedback.
ASST.MANAGER - HR
It depends upon a company how they are viewing a department.
Executive:- Responsible for administration work like Housekeeping, Security Management, Stationary Management.
Sr.Executive :- Manpower Alloaction, Contract Labor Management, Payroll Administration, Statuatory Compliances.
Manager :- Responsible for Manpower Planning, OD, Policies Reviewing, Campus Recruitment, Auditing, Event Management, Employee Welfare.
VP/GM HR :- Is Responsible for overall smooth operation of the department, PMS, Recruitment, Policies framing, Costing, retiontion strategies, Brand management and so on..
My Self HemRaj, i have 7yrs exeperience HR feild. Presently working with NOKIA INDIA as Sr. Executive HR (Operational & Gernalist). 7 Member in my team 4 MIS, 1 Admn, 1 Payroll, 1 Account executive. I am responsible for North India (90 FFASM,
1200 SP/SSP/SS, 20 Route Trainers)
My major roll is co-ordination with all FF Heads & Nokia HR, Induction, Making PT Trainining schedules for every months (Product Trainings) for complete North India, recruitment plan for as per requirement for each region. Regular traveling in North India for induction every new employees, compiles PJP(Pra Journy Plan) for Route Trainers in complete North India, Co-ordination with Trainings agencie(IIRT)
Thanks & regards
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