Which corporate job titles did your company adopt when it was necessary for more levels of Directors and Managers? Was it based on location, or department? For example, Manager – department.

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HR Business Partner in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
In our company, there is a progress in the form of being a manager first under the department and then under the department.
Sales Analyst, Self-employed
It was based on the department and the decency of joining. 
HR Manager, Self-employed
We adopt to different levels of job titles based on the location, Partners, Directors, and Managers, for one particular location.
HR Manager in Healthcare and Biotech, 51 - 200 employees
It was based on department for our company since we are a small start-up of 50 people. 
Senior Payroll Specialist in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Grading is done according to the department. Here, the function of the department is an important consideration.
HR Manager in Consumer Goods, 501 - 1,000 employees
Our company Job title are as follows.

Location-Based Hierarchy:

Director (Global/Regional/Country)

Senior Manager (Global/Regional/Country)

Manager (Global/Regional/Country)

Assistant Manager (Global/Regional/Country)

Department-Based Hierarchy: 

Director (Finance/Marketing/Operations/etc.)

Senior Manager (Finance/Marketing/Operations/etc.)

Manager (Finance/Marketing/Operations/etc.)

Assistant Manager (Finance/Marketing/Operations/etc.)
Talent Acquisition Head in IT Services, 51 - 200 employees
I am currently working for a company that's expanding exponentially both geographically and department wise. So we make it a point to add the Designation-Department-Market/Region they are appointed for.

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