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Hi, When a candidate is working at a 'Senior Manager' position in another firm. Can we hire him/her at Assistant General Manager designation or is there any other designation which can be used? Is 'AGM' senior to 'Senior Manager' level? Please advice.
From India, Mumbai

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gulshanraisharma
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Depending on your hierarchy , you can appoint either at the same level i.e. Sr Manager or at the next level as Assistant General Manager. AGM, certainly is a higher designation than Sr. Manager.
Generally it goes as-
1 Officer
2. Sr Officer
3. Executive
4. Assistant/Deputy Manager
5. Manager
6. Sr Manager
7. AGM/DGM
8. GM
9. AVP
10. VP
11. President, etc. , etc...

From India, Mohali

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