What is Supervisor?


The ‘Supervisor’ is a job title that refers to an individual whose primary duty is to supervise the working of other employees and generate reports for the same. The designation can be different in different companies with the titles being foreman, boss, overseer, monitor, gaffer, etc.


Consider a professor who is managing the thesis of their pupil who is applying for a PhD as well as a foreman overseeing their men working in a mine. In both the scenarios, the supervisor is the one who is observing their subordinate’s work and helping them to achieve the common goal.


The supervisor is supposed to provide support to the employees as well as be responsible for their actions on the job. They are also supposed to generate reports on the work done and make sure that everyone is doing their job as.

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