Org Chart

An all-in-one organisational chart to seamlessly manage your divisions, reporting lines, positions, and REM

Meet the MyRecruitment+ org chart: Scalable, easy-to-use, and enterprise-grade.


The Most Advanced
HR Org Chart Creator Ever

Whether you’re dealing with 10 employees or 10,000, our org chart equips
you with the tools and insights to save time, money, and effort.

The MyRecruitment+ org chart creator is the most powerful organisational chart software on the market. It’s one of the few that’s been created specifically with the needs of HR professionals like yourself in mind.

Our org chart software is designed to do more than just visually represent your organisation. Think of it as a central platform for initiating all major HR tasks, from recruiting and onboarding, to cross-boarding and offboarding.

Offering unparalleled flexibility and customisation, our enterprise-level software is a comprehensive and cost-effective choice for HR professionals at all levels. With real-time updates and multiple levels of accountability built in, it acts as a single source of truth to ensure that everyone—from HR to the CEO—is on the same page.

  • Replaces outdated Excel, Visio, and Powerpoint org charts
  • Real-time updates
  • Strengthens compliance and accountability
  • Keeps track of all employees and vacancies
  • Dynamic and customisable
  • Ensures HR, managers, and executives are all in sync
  • Easy-to-use interface — get started straight away
  • Created by HR for HR

Small Business?
Use Our Software for Free, Forever

Are you looking for a free tool that captures all critical details about your employees and positions? One that allows you to effortlessly perform all recruitment requests, onboarding, cross-boarding, and offboarding functions?

At MyRecruitment+, we’re serious about supporting the next generation of businesses. That’s why we’re offering free access to our org chart software, forever. No gimmicks, no catches.

Simply sign up to a free MyRecruitment+ plan and start creating your free org chart template. We’ll give you complete access to all of our org chart’s amazing features and functions, as well as 20 nodes to work with. It’s everything you need to propel your HR to the next level.

For large companies, we’ll also give you access to our org chart software for up to 20 nodes. If you require more nodes, just upgrade your plan. It’s all part of our generous ‘free-tier’ policy that exists across the entire MyRecruitment+ platform.

Standout Features

Standout Features

Real-Time Updates

Forget about transferring HR data from one program to another, or waiting for complex updates to take place. Thanks to the real-time-updates feature in our org chart software, all stakeholders will be kept up to speed with any and all changes made to your org chart.

Built-in Compliance

Even a small mistake about a candidate or employee’s remuneration and working conditions can have significant legal, financial, and reputational repercussions for your business. By enabling you to pre-set, share, and update this information in real-time, MyRecruitment+ helps your organisation to remain legally compliant.

Suitable for all levels of HR

Whether you’re new to HR or a seasoned pro, our org chart creator is designed to be easy for all levels of HR to use. Don’t spend hours wrapping your head around complex formulas or HR systems—begin creating your org chart in just a few clicks.

Data Flow

Our software is designed to enhance data flow between different stages of the employee jounrey. Promote consistency and accuracy in every aspect of the recruiting, onboarding, cross-boarding, and offboarding process with MyRecruitment+.


Instead of spending hours compiling essential details about a position during the requisition stage, simply replicate all of the key details you have stored about it in your org chart. Not only does this save you time and energy, but it also reduces the risk of making mistakes.

With the click of a button,
you can instantly:

View, modify, or copy an employee or position’s:

  • Title and description
  • Name and contact details
  • REM including industry awards or EBAs
  • Benefits and entitlements
  • Location (site) of the position
  • Positioning within the organisation
  • Work and application history
  • Resume and cover letter

Initiate the following HR processes:

  • Request-to-recruit

  • Onboarding

  • Cross-boarding

  • Change of staff conditions (CSC)

  • Offboarding

5 Reasons Why Our Org Chart
Will Boost Your HR Performance

Our enterprise-grade org chart creator empowers you to:

Establish accountability and consistency between all stakeholders.

Remain compliant with accurate REM and conditions.

Speed up the hiring process by getting recruitment requests swiftly created and signed-off.

Establish accountability and consistency between all stakeholders.

Seamlessly restructure teams or even your entire organisation.

Get Started in 3 Steps

1. Create your first (parent) node

2. Add a child node

3. Add more parent and child nodes

Organisational Chart FAQs for HR

Still have questions? Take a read of our HR experts’ answers to the most
frequently asked questions about organisational charts.

An organisational chart, also known as an org chart, is a diagram that details an organisation’s internal structure. It graphically represents the relationships between different employees and how they are positioned within their teams, departments, and the wider organisation. Org charts can be structured in a variety of ways, including in a hierarchical, divisional, and team-based structure.

More cutting-edge organisational charts, like the MyRecruitment+ enterprise-grade offering, also highlight specific details about each employee and position. They also make it quick and easy to leverage advanced HR capabilities including requisition, recruiting, onboarding, cross-boarding, and offboarding processes all from the one place.

An org chart is good for addressing a number of pain points human resources professionals encounter when carrying out their day-to-day responsibilities.

They provide the tools and insights HR needs to expertly manage human resources in their organisations. From recruiting and onboarding, to cross-boarding and offboarding, the best org charts make normally complex HR tasks a breeze.

Org charts are good for:

  • Managing the total candidate and employee process.
  • Approaching HR tasks in a more efficient, methodical way.
  • Planning for company growth or downsizing.
  • Identifying the company’s chain of command.
  • Understanding how best to allocate company resources.

The best org chart software should not only provide HR with a comprehensive overview of their organisation, but also provide detailed insights about each employee and vacant position. It should also be easy-to-use, adaptive to the needs of your organisation, and cost-effective.

You’ll find that MyRecruitment+ offers all of these qualities and more. That’s why many industry experts consider it to be the best org chart software for human resources professionals.

Once you sign up to yourfree MyRecruitment+ plan , you will be granted access to our org chart software, where you can create your free org chart template with up to 20 nodes.

In our free mode, you will be able to leverage all of the features that make our org chart such an effective HR tool. If you would like to add more than 10 nodes, simply upgrade your org chart plan.

There are numerous different ways you can structure your org chart. The 7 main types of organisational charts are:

Hierarchical: The most common structure, the hierarchical type shows a chain-of-command in a pyramid-like structure.

Divisional: In this type, an organisation is structured according to a company’s respective divisions; they can be product-based, market-based, or geographically-based.

Horizontal/flat: As the name suggests, this type of organisational chart promotes a horizontal/flat structure to reflect the limited hierarchy between those in management and regular employees.

Functional: While it shares some similarities to a hierarchical structure, a functional structure orders employees according to their skills and functions.

Team-based: A team-based organisational chart is a more modern structure that reflects different teams within an organisation.

Network: This org chart type is ideal for businesses that operate across different cities and countries and/or employ regular employees as well as freelancers, subcontractors, and vendors. It is used as a means to represent this complex web of relationships.

Matrix: A grid-like structure used to show project-based groupings made up of cross-functional teams. It is the least common type of org chart.

Our software caters for org chart design types 1 through to 6, making it one of the most flexible org chart creators ever.

It’s completely up to you how you choose to structure your org chart. It will ultimately depend on your company’s needs. The flexibility of our org chart creator allows you to experiment with different types to find the one that best suits your organisation. You can even use multiple types within the one org chart.

Yes, it is possible to create an org chart in Excel. You can either use an org chart template for Excel or start from scratch. However, keep in mind that it is very finicky and time-consuming to create an org chart in Excel⁠—even if you manage to find a good org chart template.

Another reason creating an org chart in Excel isn’t worth the effort is that it won’t have any real functionality. At best, you will be able to visualise the structure of your organisation. But you won’t be able to enjoy all of the useful features that an enterprise-grade org chart creator like MyRecruitment+ provides.

There are numerous other programs you can use to make an org chart. For example, you can create an org chart in PowerPoint, make a Visio org chart, or even put together a Google Sheets org chart.

Again, while it is possible to use these programs, they will only provide you with limited HR functionality and insights. That’s why if you’re serious about effectively managing your company’s HR efforts, you need to make use of enterprise-grade org chart software like MyRecruitment+.

Org charts aren’t just used by businesses and organisations. Many government departments also make use of them to represent who’s who in their department.

For example, if you want to understand the organisational structure of the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade you can take a look at the DFAT org chart. Likewise, if you want to see how the chain of command looks like in Services Australia, look up the Services Australia org chart.