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Which is the correct usage?

My responsibilities include managing of employee data.


My responsibilities include managing employee data.

If both are correct, can they be used interchangeably or do they have different meaning?

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up vote 5 down vote accepted

It should be “…managing employee data”, or alternatively “…management of employee data”.

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My responsibilities include managing employee data.

This is the correct statement. It's derived from "to manage something" -> "to manage employee data" -> "managing employee data".

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