Umakanthan53
Labour Law & Hr Consultant
AviHR_30
Hr At Vensa
Kishorekumarhrd
Asst. Manager Hr
+1 Other

Dear all- HR fraternity
Warm Greetings!!
Could you please let me know above said subject, I would be very grateful to you.
Thank you,
I look forward to hearing from you soon,
Best Regards
Avinash
+91-7702219817
27th July 2017 From India, Hyderabad
Broadly speaking, both the terms " officer " and " executive " refer to a person holding a position of authority in any organization. At times the term " executive" is used in its adjectival form to denote either the hierarchical superiority or the position of an officer distinctly from other officers in the organization such as " executive officer", "chief executive officer", " executive director " and the like. Similarly, "executive" as a noun refers to the administrative branch of the governments as distinct from the other branches of the govt viz.,parliament and judiciary. There are also some other terms of title which arouse confusion like Director, Commissioner etc.These terms may have etymological differences but in practice they are very often used interchangeably and the difference, if any may be very subtle.
27th July 2017 From India, Salem
Previously Some Industries and Factories used the term Officer. but now it has been changed to executive. Both the terms seems similar in terms of Grade. Most probably try to get the Designation as Executive.
31st July 2017
The designations differs from organization to organization. Charge-men/ Inspector / Officer / Supervisor / Executive etc., are some of the designations in the hierarchy of the organizations. Trend is changing day by day and new designations are coming up & it depends on the organizational culture.
As mentioned by Mr. Kishorekumar the trend is changing and even the Executive designation is also out dated as the organizations are looking for flat structures and the present scenario is "Team member & Team leader" etc., In pharma industry earlier it was Chemist, Senior Chemist etc., now in some of the organizations I have seen the designations like Scientist / Principal Scientist etc.,
Thanks
Kamesh
2nd August 2017 From India, Hyderabad
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