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Without coding this is not possible.
Record Rules are based on the current user (
res.user) and the department is stored in the employee (
hr.employee). In the user there is not field which relates to the employee and therefore it is not possible to create a record rule for your requirement.
It would be possible if you add a function-field to the
res.user object which returns the related employee.
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