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line manager

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

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The manager responsible for the most important activities of a large company, as in production line management.
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This last point is crucial as an important part of ensuring that staff members are engaged, not just with the organisation but also with their line manager - isn't it said that people leave managers, not always organisations?
Thompson adds, 'Using the HCM Portal, line managers can self-serve thereby freeing-up the HR department's time.
* 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.
Fewer than a third of firms involved line managers in developing pay strategies, research for the CIPD found.
All that has to happen is for line managers to update their non-financial inputs and the results ripple through the model, right up to the profit and loss account and the cash flow forecast.
Students or practitioners heading for line positions may lack the theory to be prepared for the kinds of tasks facing line managers.
iAnywhere Solutions, has introduced iAnywhere Mobile Mail, an out-of-the-box solution for enabling "always available" access to enterprise e-mail, calendar and contact, and task information from Lotus Notes and Microsoft Exchange, using handheld devices, iAnywhere Mobile Mail enables executives on the move, line managers, and mobile workers to access and respond to e-mail and information from a variety of wireless devices.
Using modules for participation from senior management, business analysts, line managers, and field personnel, it combines top-down planning and modelling with bottom-up forecasting, budget collection, and workflow.
Customer Support Management is the only publication providing "real-life" customer relationship management solutions and strategies, enterprise-wide, for senior-level executives and line managers responsible for customer support and service.
Despite ambiguity concerning the exact definition of human resource management (HRM), a central feature is the prime role allocated to supervisors and line managers in ensuring the success of its performance outcomes.