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Simply knowing their supervisors would call to see how they were doing made a tremendous difference to injured employees and their morale.
increase face-to-face contact between senior managers responsible far the change and supervisors
Supervisors have the opportunity to describe employee strengths and weaknesses that are important and may not have been a part of the total evaluation format.
If a question of a technical nature cannot be answered by the supervisor, he should seek assistance from the analyst.
Employment consultants found that communication skills training to co-workers and supervisors, particularly as the training focused on responding to the employee with a disability as an individual rather than focusing on the disability, improved attitudes.
As part of making the job more appealing, the supervisors on Tuesday also directed the County Counsel's Office to draft a charter amendment for placement on the June 2008 ballot that would rename the CAO's position as that of "county executive officer" or CEO with permanent power to hire and fire department heads.
Oklahoma, (28) the plaintiff, a correctional food service supervisor, alleged that her supervisor engaged in offensive and unwelcomed sexual conduct over a period of time.
This is unfortunate, because as Miller reminded us, state supervisors of guidance and counseling did and do play important roles in strengthening guidance and counseling in the schools through collaboration and the promotion of research.
The duties of the registered nurse supervisors at the Caney Creek facility did not vary much from other employees, suggesting that the high court sees a very low threshold for determining supervisory status.
Cabot: The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) historically has maintained that nurses involved in patient care activities are not supervisors on grounds that a nurse's duties performed in connection with patient care are not acts performed in the interest of the employer.
In a situation where a client complains about the lack of counselor placement assistance, the supervisor begins by helping the counselor evaluate the original decision.
Floyd Hayhurst, vice president of the Association of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs, said the supervisors should focus on public safety first.
The members of the SCLT included school district counseling supervisors, counselor educators, and leaders of statewide school counselor organizations.
Recognizing that each supervisor has unique, personal, long-term goals, leaders knew that they could not create a cookie-cutter career development plan for supervisors because some look forward to maintaining their duties in patrol for the rest of their careers, whereas others strive for supervisory assignments, such as detectives, outside of patrol.
The American Civil Liberties Union has struck again, this time joining forces with left-wing county supervisors to eradicate a tiny cross from the Los Angeles County seal.
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