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reportingnoun [U]

uk   us   /rɪˈpɔːtɪŋ/
ACCOUNTING, FINANCE the ​act by a ​company of giving an ​officialreport, for ​example about its ​accounts or ​activities: quarterly/​annual reporting corporate/​company reporting a reporting ​deadline/​requirement
HR, WORKPLACE, MANAGEMENT the way that the ​managers and their ​teams are ​organized in a ​company: It is important to ​establishclear lines of reporting. She was not ​invited to the ​meeting as she was not in the chain of reporting.
COMMUNICATIONS articles in ​newspapers or on ​television about particular subjects: Questions had been ​raised about the ​objectivity and ​quality of his reporting.

reportingadjective

uk   us   /rɪˈpɔːtɪŋ/
HR, WORKPLACE, MANAGEMENT relating to the way that the ​managers and ​employees of a ​company are ​organized: She ​complained to her reporting sergeant about what had ​happened. Regional ​teammembers have a ​direct reporting ​relationship with the Vice ​President of Community Development. a reporting ​structure
(Definition of reporting from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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