likethatmel
Employee Motivation, Engagement and Satisfaction
Hey,
A very valid question........from a job content perspective not much difference between the 2 however the difference may arise depending on how companies classify those jobs........So you may not see a difference within a company but may definitely see a difference among companies.......the difference being visible more in the career progression chart, job hierarchy and salary to some extent.
Regards
likethatmel

From India, Mumbai
May be Executive-HR is used in official records and communication. Generally people introduce/refer to as HR executive like saying Rama’s son instead of saying son of Rama.
From India, Hyderabad
but as per my knowledge one of our sr. told that Executive - HR is little bit high designation thant HR Executive, same as the others also like
Manager - HR than HR Manager
Manager - Fin & A/c than Accounts Manager
sooo on....

From India, Hyderabad
tajsateesh
1626

Recruitment/Talent Acquisition, Career counselling & Startup Advisory Services
Hey Dilshad,
To be blunt, your senior is either taking you for a ride-solid one @ that- OR he doesn't know the answer but doesn't want to admit his ignorance in front of his junior..like many guys on this earth-they don't know but want to put up a show of know-all.
What say Asha?
Rgds,
TS

From India, Hyderabad
tiya
Human Resources
Hello,
I believe when we are using - The Manager - HR in some e-mail, letter or application instead of The HR Manager it sounds more professional and respectful same goes with the other desginations but the meaning will always remain the same...
Regards,
Swati Ahuja

From India, Delhi
Mr. Dilshad,
I appreciate your efforts in asking creative questions. As far as my knowledge is concerned both the designations seems to be Okey. But a professional way of designating a person is "Manager - HR". Which means that your level of function and then the department.
But the way Asha answered you is good. She wants to be assertive rather than harsh.
Regards,
sreenivas

From India, Hyderabad
Well its all depend up on wht title criteria is at org floor. In recent times the practice of being using the title & then dept name to distinguish titles of respective departmental hierarchy.
From Pakistan, Karachi
sam dsouza
2

Finance,operations and human resource management.
The position is that of executive level.It does not matter whether you write HR executive or executive HR.It means same as level is same.
From India, Delhi
Rishi182
5

marketing,housekeeping
Hi,
It is very sad if someone ask question in spite of answering his/her question, you treat him like a fool. It is batter not to answer. Its happen in school, Teacher ask student if student want to ask anything which he/she has taught today will appreciate and answer. But when some student asks the question teacher say where was your attention, when I was teaching. So don't harass people otherwise they will never ask question and feel demoralized.
Bye
Indu

From India, New Delhi
srinivas raju
Asst Mgr Hr
Both look similar, but designation "Manager- HR" implies he has team of HR professionals and he is managing that team. Whereas "HR Manager" is one who is human resources manager all by himself. However this cannot be generalized. Much depends on the organisation culture and practices.
From India, Hyderabad

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