Can anybody tell about the difference between Business Associates HR & Business Partner-HR?
From India, Pune
Good afternoon!
Widely accepted norm is that :
HR Business Associate
- is responsible for obtaining, recording, forwarding, and explaining human resource information. They maintain human resources records, including applications, résumés, and applicant logs.
HR Manager
- ensure that new hires are placed to maximize their skill set, among other important employee management tasks. One of their most important functions is to meet with company or organization executives to focus on strategy and planning. Meeting with top executives is useful for their important task of linking management with employees. HR managers also make sure that many important HR tasks are completed, such as managing benefit programs, consulting with managers, and sorting out staff issues.
Job responsibilities of an HR manager include:
Coordinating support staff and specialists
Handling the recruiting and hiring process
Managing discipline for employees
Ensuring regulatory compliance
Measuring the productivity of employees
HR Business Partner
- also report to the senior executives in a company or organization. Their goal is to support the business structure of an organization by collaborating with the HR department. They have knowledge about where to place employees to their best advantage as well as have consulting advice for different members of business leadership. HR business partners have a strong knowledge about as well as experience with the business they work for, making them suitable for effective business communication.
Job responsibilities of an HR business partner include:
Strategic planning
Coaching executives about HR issues
Driving talent or HR initiatives
Developing HR or organizational strategies
These have been taken from internet so you may feel free to refer or read some more articles to get more clarity.

From India, Chennai

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