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Old 02-06-2009, 06:42 PM
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Default Topic 11: Organizational Management (OM)

Organizational management deal with Jobs, Positions, Reporting Structure/ Relationships. Assignment of Task and Cost center.

OM also deal with organizational units and sub-units.


Organizational Units

S.No
Org.Unit
Org. Unit Text
1
HACL
Hyderabad Agrichemical Ltd


Organizational Sub-Units

S.No
Org.Sub-Units
Org. Sub-unit Text
1
OPER
Operational
2
MARK
Marketing
3
COMM
Commercial


Here Organisational Units and Sub-units are not part of Employee structure (personnel areas and Sub-areas)

*** Units & Sub-units are used for reporting structure and defining Jobs & Position.


Example

Exeutives
are reports to Manager
Manager reports to G.M

and follows .......then C.E.O

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Here look at the same example in other way.


Sales Executives are Reports to Sales Manager

HR Executives are Reports to HR Manager

Customer services Executives are Reports to BPO Manager


Here Sales employees are belongs to Sales office (Branch) in Pune.

BPO employees are belongs to BPO office (Branch) in Bangalore.

And HR employees are belongs to Corporate office in Mumbai.



Here Executives, Manager, GM, CEO are Jobs

Sales Executives...., HR Managers....are Positions

Sales office, Corporate office...are Sub-units

And Main company is your Organizational unit.
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Default Jobs

JOBS
Jobs are classifications of functions in an enterprise, which are defined by the assignment of characteristics. Jobs serve as job descriptions that apply to several positions with similar tasks or characteristics.

JOBS CODE
JOBS TEXT
MD
Managing Director
GM
General Manager
MGR
Manager
AMGR
Asst. Manager
DMGR
Dy. Manager
EXE
Executive
SRE
Sr.Executive
SUP
Supervisors
OFR
Officer
OPER
Operator
CHEM
Chemist
CLER
Clerk
HEL
Helper
OPER
Operator
TRAN
Trainee
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Default Positions

Positions are the specific occurrences of a particular job. Typically, there is a one-to-one relationship between employees and positions although it is possible to link more than one employee to one position (e.g. additional responsibilities). Position to organization units -to-organization unit link indicates organizational hierarchy.



Jobs
Position
No. Of Employees
MD
Managing Director
1
GM
General Manager Operations
1
General Manager Commercial
1
General Manager Marketing
1
MGR
Manager - Production
1
Manager - Stores
1
Manager - Maintenance
1
Manager - Q&A
1
Manager - Channel Sales
1
Manager - Industrial Sales
1
Manager - Foreign Sales
1
Manager - HR
1
Manager - Finance
1
Manager - Purchase
1
AMGR
Asst. Manager Accounts
1
Asst. Manager - Finance
1
Asst. Manager Costing
1
Asst. Manager - Plant
2
Asst. Manager - HR
1
Asst. Manager - Admin
1
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Before we go for more details, lets do config whatever we learn.

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