submanager

submanager

(ˌsʌbˈmænɪdʒə)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a secondary or assistant manager
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As such, it brings together the thought-leadership and collaboration among three fund house giants-UOB Asset Management as target fund provider, Wellington Management as target fund submanager and BPI AMTC as product provider of the new feeder fund.
Participant 3 mentions: Sometimes my superior takes the initiative, because every submanager knows their responsibilities and their goals.
Redfern, a submanager at a paving firm, admitted causing the death of Rachel, of Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, on Januar y 16 this year by driving dangerously on the A908 Alloa to Tillicoultry road at excessive speed and while under the influence of "speed".
Articles included within this issue are as follows: (1) No Substitute for Quality: A Time Series Quasi-Experimental Study of the Effects of a Pay for Performance Remedy for Teacher Absenteeism (Susan Lugo); (2) SubManager Survey 2004 Report (Substitute Teaching Institute); (3) SmartSTART Final Summary Report (Allegheny Intermediate Unit); and (4) Analyzing the Effects of Direct Behavioral Consultation on Teachers: Generalization Across Settings (Jennifer T.
Bond, who at the time was facing a federal indictment of his own, had lost most of his clients but was still a submanager on the pension account Chapman managed.
Since solving the momenta equations now consists of solving either four scalar equations or one vector and one scalar equation, the PredCorr class cooperates with the Manager class as some kind of a submanager that is responsible for this part of the solution process.
Rapid and consistent decisionmaking by the administrator is the key, not intervening with each submanager by trial and error.
Part of the reason for higher fees, he notes, is the use outside or submanagers. AQR managers are all in-house, which reduces the payment structure.
Kiyoshi Sawai is manager and Takashi Morimoto and Akira Hiwata are submanagers of the Air-Conditioning Research Lab, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.
In place of the proprietor and the proprietary interest are stockholders and salaried executives, managers, and submanagers. Large stockholders are "at one remove both from the functions and attitudes of an owner" (1950, p.
The Newspaper Guild unit of 800 to 900 employees in news advertising and circulation will lose a category of circulation submanagers, whose jobs are being phased out.