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HI, Can anyone please explain the job profile differences between HR Administrator, HR Co ordinator, HR Executive In which order do they get placed in the Organisation chart? Thanks Gayathri
6th May 2008 From Oman
Hi Gayathri,

This is really a very INTERESTING QUESTION.................Hope this could be of info.

DESIGNATION are most of the times SUPERFICIAL & depends on company structure, Type of company, HEAD COUNT, PRIVATE LTD, PUBLIC LTD and their INHERITED STRUCTURE if an MNC (Plz refer for MNC and its wrking structure)

Also depends on some variations, like diversity, culture, richness and maturity of the organization and...OF COURSE the MATURITY of HR DEPARTMENT as such in the Org.

Assuming some cases:-

Case 1 - A private Limited company with 4 board of Directors and 150 HC and 1 setup or branch.

Probably - 1 for Talent Acquisition / 1 for ER / 1 for Comp & Ben/ 1 for Payroll and that is too...................much what your bosses would say!! ha ha ha

Case 2 - 3 to 10 branches with 200 employees. - Same as above - Could be more if an MNC however .....................MULTI TASKING would be deserved would INCREASED JOB ROLE.

Case 3 - 1000 + employees across different regions (East / West / North / South) would require SPECIALIST.

To IMPLEMENT such a STRUCTURE we would need CAREER PATH PLANNING, GROWTH, PROMOTION, SUCCESSION PLANNING etc.

Also your WORK Exp, DEGREE/ PG (MBA/NON-MBA)/ MBA form RATED Business Schools (E.g ->Tier 1, 2 /3/4............plz read separately), Total Work Exp, Relevant Work Exp and thus the Designation is decided.

For Example - refer to Case 1........Assuming a Manager/Snr Manager / AVP /Director with 6 to 10 yrs HEADS the HR Dept (What would be his /her next move)? Specially in case a person shifts to a LARGER SETUP.

Hope this adds to some value. Revert for any queries.

Rgds

MBHR
6th May 2008 From India, Delhi
hi good Day to u
HR administrtore postion as per the UAE OR GCC its Manageral position and HRC OR Executive purely non manageral postion and organzation chart all the staffs are incuding,
if any quey feel free to discuss
Raghav
Dubai

7th May 2008 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Hi MBHR,
Thank you so much.. i agree that it depends on the Orgn size and the no. of employees.. like you said in MNC's each HR related issue is considered a different dept/team like C& B, Recruitment, ER etc....but I would like to know in what order they can be placed in an Orgn chart... in the sense.. which is the highest grade of these 3 positions considering a case where there is a normal HR dept with a manager and 3 or 4 assistants?
I hope I am clear with my qn...
Thanks
Gayathri
7th May 2008 From Oman
Dear Gayatri,
I would like to get a more clear picture for your question....tht is if u can tell me abt wat kinda of co. and how many numbers of employees...i guess then i would be inbetter condition to help u
7th May 2008 From India, Bhopal
Hi Neha,
Thank you for your interest.
I was only generaly asking in any orgn, of the 3 position which is graded the highest and which one the lowest. for example in an organisation of say some 150ppl where there is an organised HR dept which has a manager as the head of the dept and 4/5 assistants under him who takes care of all the HR activities....
to make it more in detail... in a company like above the hr orgn chart would be...
HR manager - Asst HR Manager - and who would follow after the assist mgr from the 3 position i have mentioned...
I hope its clear...
Thanks
Gayathri
7th May 2008 From Oman
Dear Gayatri,
Thanks for your information. as per you question, HR adminstrator will be the one at the top, second comes the hr executive and at last is the co-ordinator.....again i would like to state..it depends upon the companies about desingations...they offer...but this is sthing which could be seen in many organizations...if they have all this 3 designation.
other perspective....if the company has HR manager...then it could go this way as well.......
HR executive-->HR admin and-->HR co-ordinatior.
Hope i might have clear myself...if any doubt you can revert back
Regards,
Neha Khale
7th May 2008 From India, Bhopal
Atteched file will help u . Mukesh Kumar
7th May 2008 From India, Bareli

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Hi Friends
Im good at HR functions like Strategic Planning, Resourcing & Retention, Talent Management & Retention, Performance Management, Training & Development, Strategic HR, Employee Relations, Rewards & Recognition, General Administration, & HRMIS
Thank You,
Kishore
7th May 2008 From India, Hyderabad
Good efforts to answer the question. The HR desiganations dependes on the organization sizes also. zafar
9th May 2008 From Pakistan, Karachi
Can you pls give me designation structure of NONtech/Support Staff like sales,system, HR, Recruitment and Admin in IT Company
25th March 2010 From India, Indore
Dear Gayatri,
HR Administrator -- He Managed the recruitment, staffing, payroll, Compensation, strategic implementation, allot policy, IR, Legal documentation and Lead the all dept in HR & Admin hierarchy.
HR Co-coordinator-- He just Coordinate with Administrator and Executive. he compile the all queries into solution.
HR Executive -- Executive or Associate are stick to their own task like Recruitment or Payroll or compensation or IR or Generalist or either of. It vary with the individual.
revert it if you have any queries.
Regards
Prashant
25th March 2010 From India, Mumbai
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