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supervisor

[′sü·pər‚vī·zər]
(computer science)
A collection of programs, forming part of the operating system, that provides services for and controls the running of user programs.
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In Homa Bay the KNBS hired 3,000 enumerators, 485 content supervisors , 48 ICT supervisors and 2,958 village elders to assist it in the census.
The supervisors collectively narrated that the major delay factor in research was the improper working relationship between the supervisors and the supervisees.
According to social exchange theory, supervisors establish exchange relationships with subordinates by giving them promotions and benefits (Colquitt, Baer, Long, & Halvorsen-Ganepola, 2014).
"Bus supervisors are so important to ensure students' safety and discipline in the bus and also sometimes prevent the kids from involving in petty fights," he pointed out.
In 2017, participating supervisors spent almost half of their time visiting schools.
The district's Assistant Commissioner Mr Ramogaupi Gaborekwe advised the election registration supervisors to ensure integrity throughout the election process until the announcement of the results.
The account supervisors would be placed in BPS-7, senior account supervisors in BPS-9, chief account supervisors in BPS-11 and principal account supervisors in BPS-19, respectively.
Mamondiong said that the primary goal of the partnership is to create qualified, globally competitive, and job-ready construction supervisors and assistant construction supervisors needed by the construction industry.
Walsh, 2010), insufficient support and advice from supervisors (e.g.
Sending children to school can be stressful for parents, so its great to have that extra level of safety assurance crossing supervisors provide, Mr Miles said.
Supervisors need to personally monitor their trainee's clinical activities, instantly respond to any patient issues or limitations in the trainee's performance and have accountability for the trainee's actions should an allegation of deficient professional performance become apparent
Supervisors face the same challenges, together with having to support direct reports in working out theirs, and on a usually much larger scale-having to work out challenges with stakeholders related to systems, processes, policies, procedures, etc.

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