Definition

First-line managers

First-line managers are at the lowest level of management.

First-line managers refer the managers who manage the work of non managerial employees who typically are involved with producing the organization’s products or servicing the organization’s customers.

First-line managers are often called supervisors but may also be called shift managers, district managers, department managers, or office managers.

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