supervisor


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

supervisor

(soo′pĕr-vīz″ĕr) [L. supervisus, having looked over]
One who directs and evaluates the performance of others. In a health care setting, the supervisor usually has the knowledge and skills to provide the same service as those being directed (e.g., the supervisor of the pharmacy, physical therapy, or maternity nursing).
References in periodicals archive ?
He said police and other LEAs had launched an operation to find the missing supervisor .
Second supervisors, who are not the principle supervisor as outlined above, need to have been GOC registered for a minimum of one year.
Supervisors are expected to develop their own competencies, while ensuring the development of their team's competencies, and career development.
There are often tangible and useful answers to these types of questions, and understanding them will help the supervisor create a development plan for the employee.
The supervisor was less involved in conducting the lessons; instead they set the learning tasks for their children, motivated them to work through it and provided assistance when the children were having difficulty.
273 supervisors who were running the project across the country were terminated on 30 June 2012.
In this respect, the scholar takes much time in mutual understanding with his supervisor; and this causes delay in research work".
When employees put forward a prohibitive voice suggestion to a narcissistic supervisor, they may face threats and pressure from the supervisor.
Absence of supervisors on school buses has raised concern among parents in Ras Al Khaimah.
* Training supervisors and developing their capacity to support principals.
To ensure the lasting partnership and continuous development of highly-trained construction supervisors, both PCA and TESDA will get training centers under the "quality-assured systems on program registration" of TESDA

Full browser ?