As a manager progresses up the managerial pyramid during the course of his/her career, greater responsibility is assigned and more wide-ranging...
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As a manager progresses up the managerial

pyramid during the course of his/her career, greater responsibility is assigned and more wide-ranging decisions are expected. In spite of this, do you think there are any aspects to being a first-line supervisor that make the job more difficult in some ways than being a middle manager or a top manager? Please explain.

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