This is the first part of a series of short articles on how to be or create a more successful supervisor. Each part will be posted in this blog.
As of this writing, I cannot tell how many episodes there will be. Readers are encouraged to comment on any of the parts, which may create additional dialog along with more key points.
I believe one of the most challenging jobs in the management ranks is that of first line supervisor. Since different organizations use various terminology for the same function, let me define the role I am discussing in this series.
In every business, there is a junction between the working group of employees and the management levels. In most cases, the junction is between non-exempt and exempt employees.
Individuals in these roles have huge responsibility and are often caught in a kind of squeeze play between management and workers…
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