supervisor call

supervisor call

[′sü·pər‚vī·zər ‚kȯl]
(computer science)
A mechanism whereby a computer program can interrupt the normal flow of processing and ask the supervisor to perform a function for the program that the program cannot or is not permitted to perform for itself. Also known as system call.

supervisor call

The instruction in an application program that switches the computer to the operating system state. See supervisor state.
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Consumers not only receive a basic voice seat with over 30 calling features, plus a mobile client for use on a smartphone or tablet, but can also choose from the following capabilities as they design your individual solution: AT&T Collaborate-Enhanced Voice Includes additional voice features for employees with more advanced requirements such as selective call acceptance, alternate numbers, instant group calls and more; AT&T Collaborate-Unified Communications Includes instant messaging, employee presence, desktop sharing and conferencing features; AT&T Collaborate-Contact Center Includes basic agent and supervisor call center features as well as web client services.
If an issue requires repairing a damaged relationship, it might mean having a supervisor call a valued customer back that same day, and that requires having configurable alerts that come in as soon as the customer survey is completed.
It may mean having a supervisor call a valued customer back that same day to try to repair the damaged relationship, which means you need to have configurable alerts that come in as soon as the customer survey is completed.
Have your supervisor call and issue a word of thanks to your employee.
There are potentially 128 supervisor call codes; the CLIX system (the Integraph port of Unix) [30] uses approximately 60 of them.
TM) or Outlook(TM) software -- Detailed reporting for statistics and staff -- Legacy PBX support -- Support for IP or analog hard or softphones from multiple phone vendors -- Supervisor call monitoring for quality control and training -- AltiAgent desktop client interface for use viewing calls in queue for a particular workgroup, busy lamp fields, caller ID, and handling multiple calls using transfer and hold features -- E-Commerce integration with web button - direct VoIP contact support -- Web interaction features such as web call back, web chat, web push -- Handles maximum of 32 workgroups with up to 64 members per group -- APIs to integrate third party applications, such as IVR, Voice Call Recording, CRM -- Data-directed call routing -- Digit-capturing Auto Attendant
Another former employee said she heard a supervisor call Ms Zubulake old and ugly.
They will need to requisition paper from the direct materials manager as they need it, and they must stop producing airplanes when the assembly production supervisor calls "times up.
Injury triage provides an opportunity to simplify the process: the employee or supervisor calls the toll-free hotline to report an injury.
The likelihood of encountering serious mental illness is a good argument for having EA professionals (rather than HR personnel) respond when a supervisor calls about an impaired employee.
Production reporting was configured as a panel view screen whereby the operator or supervisor calls up the data required and presses a print screen button to obtain a hard copy.

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