Discussion in 'English Only' started by reginaregina, Jun 10, 2008.
I saw "hands on" in a job ad. It is listed as one of the requirements. Thank you.
A manager who is "hands on" keeps a close eyes on what his subordinates do, likes to do things himself or see them done under his close supervision.
A "hands off" manager prefers to let people work more independently, letting them make more decisions on their own and operate without his close or constant supervision.
"Hands off" has an additional meaning...
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