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Is a HRPB higher than an HR manager ?

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It depends on the organization. I’ve been an HR Manager in orgs where I was a true generalist - a department of 1 or 2. And I’ve been in orgs that have Managers/Senior Managers of HRBPs, as well as Managers/Senior Managers of Payroll/HR Operations/Comp/Benefits, etc., so a kind of “HR Manager.” In what context are you asking?


I wonder if that TAS had prior HRBP experience? Because that’s a super rare jump. The HRBP job is very complex. And I get tons of questions from TA folks in my org, even very seasoned ones, that I often think they should know the answer to 😉, but I try to be a good partner 😃.

HR Managers are more HR Ops/Generalists. HRBP is more aligned with business strategy


It’s different in some orgs. Like we have HR Senior Managers but we call them HRBPs. Being a business partner sounds just as prestigious as being a manager or senior manager in my opinion. Pretty sure my friend at Bloomberg said that they only have HRBPs, they don’t use the manager title for it.


It depends.

I think it depends on industry and company.


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