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Benefits: Advantages or payments employees receive in addition to their wages (e.g., sick time, holiday pay, health insurance).
Compliance: Fulfilling the requirements of the law.
Conceptual skills: The ability to see the “big picture” and think about how things will work together.
Controlling: The management function that monitors the work effort.
Data processing: Converting facts and figures into useful information.
Directing: The management function of providing guidance to workers and work projects.
First-line management: Supervisors who work directly with the employees who carry out the business’s routine work.
Human resources: People who work to produce goods or services.
Information management: The process of accessing, processing, maintaining, evaluating, and disseminating knowledge, facts, or data for the purpose of assisting business decision-making.
Information: Knowledge, facts, or data presented in a useful form.
11. Interpersonal skills: The ability to communicate, interact, and build relationships with others.
Management function: Groups of activities related to management (i.e., planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling).
Management information system (MIS): An integrated technology that assists with an organization’s information management needs.
Material resources: Equipment and supplies used by businesses in their operation.
Mid-level management: Managers who report to top-level management and who have supervisors who report to them.
Organizing: The management function of setting up the way the business’s work will be done.
Planning: The management function of deciding what will be done and how it will be accomplished.
Professional development: Steps that an individual takes to enhance or improve skills or traits that are needed to excel in her/his career/profession.
Proprietary information: Private information that belongs to an organization and cannot be released to the public.
Staffing: A human resources management activity that involves recruiting, interviewing, hiring, orienting, and dealing with job changes for a company's employees.
21.Strategic planning: Long-range planning (three to five years) for the company as a whole.
22.Tactical planning: Short-range planning (one year) of specific actions the business will take.
23.Technical skills: Ability to understand the specialized aspects of jobs.
24.Top-level management: All managers who are responsible for the operation of the company or a business unit.
25.Trade secret: Undisclosed information within a particular business or industry.
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