from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a manager or management.
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- adj. involving management-like duties
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to management or a manager.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a manager or managers, or to management; characteristic of a manager: used chiefly of theatrical managers.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to the function or responsibility or activity of management
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Even this pittance is whittled away, says HRW, since some centers charge detainees for food, lodging and what they term "managerial fees."
While it makes for a lesson in managerial skills, the luxury good's stores fate is peripheral to Mr. Rigas's core concern, namely finding alternative asset classes to invest in.
Kenny may not be the long-term managerial answer, but in the short-term he is absolutely perfect.
Gérard Houllier is highly unlikely to be seen in the dugout again this season, with Aston Villa keen to ensure the Frenchman has an extended period of rest to recover from the health scare that has cast doubt over his long-term managerial future at the club.
When I got out into the working world I was flipped out when I saw that even women who were in managerial positions were subject to sneering or dismissive sexual comments.
That is a truth not often admitted by those in managerial roles, wanting to be seen as the instruments of success.
I do know, for a fact, non-readers are chosen for the profession in managerial slots.
The axe that I'd like to grind is one I've posted about here at the Huffington Post before, stock prices reward short-term managerial thinking and penalize long-term strategy.
The only truly effective way to increase the presence of minorities and women in managerial positions is through programs that create organizational responsibility, he added.
Where the employee speaks on a matter of public concern -- i.e., something that is a contribution to public discussion -- the Court balances the employee's rights against the damage to the employer's legitimate interests in managerial efficiency and workplace harmony.
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