Hi friends,
this is Dilshad, Can any one clarify what are the differences between the designations like
Executive HR & HR Executive
Manager HR & HR Manager
Executive Admin & HR - Admin & HR Executive
soo on....

From India, Hyderabad

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ok... u r innocent. I am not goin to be harsh. Yes its not the right question. Clarify it or edit it by adding more "clarity" to wat u want to know.
From India, Madras
Hay Asha,
Dilshads Question is very simple.
He wanna know is there any difference between the designation HR Executive & Executive HR & other designations too as he has mentioned
I feel HR Executive is above than Executive HR.
Can any one clear about this..

From India, New Delhi
God.... I thought only Dilshad was in the list..dont tell me there are many other too.
NO IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE:
Its Like asking whats the difference between - Mr. Anil Raj - Son of Mr. Raj
and Mr. Rajs' son - Mr. Anil Raj
Got it!!! My goodness....

From India, Madras
Hi dilashad, You have a gr8 commonsence and thinking ability. I appriciate it and i wanna suggest you one thing, just check dictionary or ask to the person who is on same designation in ur company....
Cheers :p:p:p:p:p:p:p:p:-|

From India, New Delhi
No some org practice differently as we see mostly Indian org give very fancy designations therefore to counter this more from interpretation perspective they have changed the designation before role and after role.
A. Product Manager or B. Manager - Product
A. Product Defines the role this could be individual performer
B. Here product defines a group or team. But this defines a team as a whole or department.
Seems bit confusing but these are some standard practice which few org makes specially who have intl. presence more than 50 + countries b'coz as per intl standards Manager is one who has team to manage which specific organizational level priorities affecting bottom lines directly.
Hope this clears your doubt.
regs,
niks

From India, Delhi
When In Absence Of Regular Hr Staff Other Deptt. Make The Alternate Of It Like That inchare - Hr For A Short Term Period That Called < Post > Hr

Hi all,No more diff...asha is correct ....but in proffesional manner it should be like this ....
Manager- HR
ABC LTD.
dont use ...
HR Manager
ABC LTD
as i am thinking....u r representing your dept with such designation...so ur designation should be cme first....
u cant say I am HR....but u hv to say I am Manager -HR.......i am interacting with u all..i kno that u all are from HUMAN RESOURCES ...but i dont kno -wat is ur designation...so ur value is ur designation not dept........
hope i am correct ......

From India, Pune
I think Executive HR means first he become Executive in General and after experience become HR therefore Executive HR without formal educational MBA -HR qualification.
:ph34r:
Second one is HR Executive is first qualified MBA-HR become HR Executive.:cry:
Howz That..:mrgreen::mrgreen::shock::shock:;)
Rashid

From Saudi Arabia
ASHA and ABHI are perfect. There is no difference...... I think discussing this topic is waste of time. Sorry :icon13:
From India, Madras

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