General Managers manage through subordinate manager. However, a General Manager may have individuals reporting to him/her who are not managers.
A General Manager has the power to hire, fire, or promote employees.
A General Manager is responsible for higher level planning than a manager. A General Manager is often responsible for the overall strategic planning and direction of the company or organization and leaves the day-to-day management of the various functions to the managers.
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