Line Managers

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shalini1792
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Re: Line Managers

#1 Postby shalini1792 » Tue Jun 17, 2014 10:38 am

LINE MANAGERS are those managers which are basically getting all the reports and leads from the lower level management . They have task to coordinate the work within the workers and get the work done by them effectively and efficiently. The line managers have to report there superiors above them. He is the person who leads the workers towards the goals, Connects to the customers, And observe the work on the daily basis and the same report to his imediate superior on the daily basis.

The line manager acts as a LINK between the management and the workers. Its takes the orders from the management to the workers and take the report regarding the work done from the workers to the management.

The line manager is very important for any organisation for its achieving its goal efficiently and effectively.

jahnveepanchal
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Re: Line Managers

#2 Postby jahnveepanchal » Tue Apr 29, 2014 5:44 pm

Ensuring that any staff experiencing performance difficulties are managed appropriately and working with the employee to identify measures that could be used to improve performance
Ensuring the staff member has a full understanding of the consequences of not improving
Setting realistic and measurable standards of performance to include an action plan, incorporating targets, standards, deadlines and further support.
Setting a reasonable time frame within which improvement is expected.
Setting up a regular progress review meeting during the review period.
Providing reasonable support, adequate supervision and encouragement so all employees can achieve their objectives
Making clear the areas in which the individual’s performance is below expectation.
Trying to identify any problems or reasons for the under performance.

Namita
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Line Managers

#3 Postby Namita » Wed Aug 21, 2013 12:25 pm

Line Managers are the managers to whom individual employees or teams directly report and who have responsibility to a higher level of management for those employees or teams.
The term ‘front-line managers’ is rather more specific and normally refers to line managers in the lower layers of the management hierarchy – that is, where the employees who report to them do not themselves have any managerial or supervisory responsibility. Front-line managers are often promoted from within and are unlikely to have formal management education.
Typically the management responsibilities carried out by line managers (particularly front-line managers) might include:
• day-to-day people management
• managing operational costs
• providing technical expertise
• organisation of work allocation and rotas
• monitoring work processes
• checking quality
• dealing with customers/clients
• measuring operational performance.


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