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the front office

The management of an organization, usually a business. Don't ask me—all the decisions get made by the front office. The front office is expected to make a lot of personnel changes in the offseason.
See also: front, office

front office

The policy-making or executive individuals in an organization, as in I'll have to check with the front office before I can give you a discount. This term was originally underworld slang for police headquarters or the main detective bureau. It soon was extended to other administrative offices and their personnel. [c. 1900]
See also: front, office
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PHCC managing director Dr Mariam Ali Abdulmalik hosted a recognition ceremony in which the Health Centre manager Dr Hayam al-Sada and all Front Office staff were awarded with certificates of appreciation.
In addition to supporting straight-through processing, the FirstBest Front Office Suite 5.0 provides more than 50 Verisk data sources and analytics for a complete view of the risk.
If there is money to incentivize the use of technology in medicine's front office, why aren't there funds to incentivize the use of computers in K12's front office, in the classroom where teachers and students are working together eight hours a day, and after school, where students do their homework both by themselves and collaboratively?
In the third position match between Finance and Front Office, the latter emerged winners by eight runs.
"Whether settling a baseball argument or making the right move for your fantasy team, this latest product now puts the power of BLOOMBERG SPORTS Front Office tools literally in the hands of any baseball fan, in a format that is fun to use and very easy to understand and share," said Bill Squadron head of BLOOMBERG SPORTS.
Some employers also have in-house structured training schemes and you may be encouraged to work towards qualifications such as NVQ Level 1 in Hospitality (Front Office); Level 2 in Front Office; or Level 3 in Hospitality Supervision; BTEC National Certificate/Diploma in Hospitality (Front Office Operations); or BTEC HNC in Hospitality Management.
There will be no public access to the front office while work to install a new front counter and glass screen is carried out, however, an intercom system at the front of the building will remain available to allow people to receive help and advice.
Although the first impression is usually with the front office administrator, the clinical team, assistant, hygienist and doctor play an integral part in the patient's acceptance of their dental treatment.
It is uplifting for someone like me, who aspires to one day be in a team's front office, to see the accomplishments not only of African-American men who have broken the barrier, but African-American females as well.
the [Six Sigma] methodology doesn't work in the front office."
Version 6.0 of eClinicalWorks adds several features to the practice management solutions suite, which consists of the Front Office, EMR and PM applications.
With FINEOS 4.0, each line-of-business area is divided into separate Front Office and Back Office component software suites that can be deployed individually (e.g.
But it is also not a coincidence that this historic breakthrough took place in the NBA, the most successful of the major sports leagues when it comes to opening up opportunities to African Americans on the sidelines and in the front office. While other sports still struggle to create opportunities for African Americans as head coaches and general managers, the NBA hired its first black coach, Bill Russell of the Boston Celtics, in 1966.
This manufacturer of factory floor and front office computerized integrated process control and information management systems offers the TEC 150FSR total extrusion control system as part of its line of solutions for process control and information managements solutions.