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supervisors, plural;
  1. A person who supervises a person or an activity

  1. one who supervises or has charge and direction of
  2. supervisory program: a program that controls the execution of other programs
  3. A supervisor, foreperson, team leader, overseer, cell coach, facilitator, or area coordinator is a manager in business. The US Bureau of Census has four hundred titles under the supervisor classification.
  4. The Supervisor Guardian is one of the 16 role variants of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, a self-assessed personality questionnaire designed to help people better understand themselves. ...
  5. A person with the official task of overseeing the work of a person or group
  6. (Supervisors) (This is a widely misunderstood term. Many people believe it applies only to people who oversee the productivity and development of entry-level workers. That's not true. ...
  7. (Supervisors) (spr-vzrs) - from the Latin word super, meaning above or over and visio meaning sight.  These people “oversee” the operations to make sure (reinforce) that change is and has taken place.
  8. (Supervisors) Departmental staff or postgraduate students who give supervisions, increasingly specialists in the particular area of your subject you are interested in in later years.
  9. (Supervisors) Nemoen Magne (DJ's) Ken Kestrel (All Area's)
  10. (Supervisors) Those persons who have the authority to direct the tasks of other employees and who are therefore responsible for the job-related environments to which their workers are exposed. ...
  11. (Supervisors) refers to the designated competent authorities responsible for ensuring compliance by financial institutions with requirements to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.
  12. (supervisors) Lowest level of managers, responsible for managing operating employees.
  13. A user-defined group of agents, usually collected under a designated supervisor.
  14. When an individual or company enters into a Voluntary Arrangement a Supervisor of the Arrangement is appointed. The Supervisor ensures that contributions are made as they fall due and kept up to date. ...
  15. Those employees who have management rights such as the rights to hire, fire, or recommend such action. The employees who are defined as supervisors under the NLRA are not permitted to become members of the bargaining unit at the work location. ...
  16. A cardroom employee qualified to make rulings, such as a floorperson, shift supervisor, or the cardroom manager.
  17. The researcher of the Host laboratory dedicated to the mentoring of the RBUCE-UP Junior/senior fellow
  18. A Knowbot Operating System (KOS) process that implements the security model for Knowbot Programs (KPs). The Supervisor controls the access of KPs to external and underlying resources via a padded cell model. Every KP runs inside its own Supervisor process. ...
  19. An individual (regardless of his/her job description or title) having authority, in the interest of the employer, to hire, transfer, suspend, lay off, recall, promote, discharge, assign, reward or discipline other employees of the employer. ...
  20. means a person who instructs, directs and controls workers in the performance of their duties;
  21. The employee who is in charge of the work at the place where it is performed. [SR-EI April 1995]
  22. refers to an employee whose primary responsibility involves the job performance of other employees and who recommends actions related to hiring, compensation, and performance appraisal of those employees.
  23. The individual appointed by the director of the department according to RCW 49.04.030 who acts as the secretary of the WSATC. ...
  24. A person employed by the Qualifications Authority to assist in the supervision of examinations, under the direction of the Examination Centre Manager.
  25. A worker who assigns, oversees, directs, or inspects the work of others. Supervisors may be in charge of a unit, office, or department, and work in almost all types of occupations.