Agency Manager

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Agency Manager

A person who manages a branch of an insurance company. Because the branch is located in a physical place, most of its clients will be local. The agency manager works for the company (unlike individual insurance agents, who are often self-employed). As a result, the manager receives a salary, rather than commissions, though he/she may receive a bonus periodically based on the number of policies sold.
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In some cases, government agency managers are dragging their feet because they do not see the point in doing more than the minimum necessary to keep their political masters happy.
But agency managers and Home Office officials were criticised for allowing the situation to develop.
Agency managers are reimbursed for overtime only when funds are available from a source outside the county, officials said.
Among the new responsibilities given to the mayor was the power to fire the city's police chief or other city agency managers.
The most dreaded possibility, according to agency managers, would be the need to do an official "reduction in force," or RIF.
As part of that role, the OMB will develop a long-term strategy to link broad budget and financial management information needs to the work of agency managers and performance goals.
Radarworks searched for a system that would support multiple business units easily, eliminate the manual processes around their period end close and provide easy to use, real-time reports to project managers and agency managers.
New Federal Chief Performance Officer to Address Agency Managers
Agency managers will tell a public inquiry next week that they have concerns over the pounds 430m project - because of its impact on traffic on the A1 and A19.
Military service and defense agency managers maintain awareness of communications from the Pentagon and of recent congressional activities that will affect their individual organizations.
Determining whether to obtain required services using government employees or through contracts with the private sector is an important economic and strategic decision for agency managers.
To be successful in hiring these people, agency managers need to spend a lot of time interviewing candidates to make sure they have the right skills and will work well within the agency's sales culture.
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