line manager

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line manager

Medspeak-UK
The immediate superior of a worker in the NHS, the person directly responsible for managing another in an organisation or enterprise in the UK.

Vox populi
The manager responsible for the most important activities of a large company, as in production line management.
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Developed at SAP Labs Berlin/Potsdam, Germany, using design thinking principles and input from finance professionals and other SAP end users and managers, SAP RealSpend treats line managers as members of the extended finance function, allowing them to monitor and actively manage budgets and actual spend with a powerful, easy-to-use tool.
Many returners find it's helpful to have a chat with their line manager before putting in a formal application.
The two (Project & Product) managers must, therefore, negotiate with line managers for all resources.
Hay Group recently interviewed 273 HR Directors and line managers across Australasia, including more than 80 respondents from New Zealand, and found significant differences between the two parties.
The research also finds that 17% of line managers in the North of England say candidates with volunteering or community work under their belts go straight to the top of the interview pile, and commitment (34%), a strong work ethic (30%), communication skills (27%) and team working skills (27%), are the personal qualities line managers in the North look for most in young applicants.
Brewster and Larsen (1992), Hoogndoorn and Brewster (1992), Brewster and Soderstrom (1994) present evidence that HR role is increasingly assigned to line managers and that the extent of such assignment varies from country to country.
This must also apply to services internal to the organisation such as activities performed by the HRM in their response to line managers for a particular service.
Up until now, empirical studies into the influence of national culture on telework adoption among line managers are scarce (Baruch, 2001).
The research reveals: CEOs of large public sector organisations engender the lowest levels of trust in their staff, with a comparatively low index score of 57; private sector CEOs are slightly more trusted by their employees, with an index score of 61; line managers fare much better than their top bosses across the board, with an overall index of 69.
Process--Develop an understanding of the work required for HR and line managers to find and convert passive candidates in a highly competitive market supports reality-based planning.
Managing Conflict Guide For Line Managers is a practical guide to help with the difficult task of changing behaviours at work.
Most companies expect their line managers to undertake the task of interviewing candidates to fill vacancies, despite the fact these individuals' skills lie in other areas.