Examples of supervisor in a Sentence
The supervisor fired him after he showed up at work drunk.
If you have a problem, go to your supervisor.
Recent Examples of supervisor from the Web
A Department of Justice Investigation chided police officers in Albuquerque, New Mexico — an early adopter of the technology — for failing to turn on their cameras, citing a lack of both training and supervisor enforcement.
A bill before Parliament to transfer the regulation of the claims-management industry from the MoJ to the Financial Conduct Authority, a stricter supervisor, will also help, says Rob Cooper of Scott Robert, a compliance consultancy.
DCFS policy generally bars supervisors from asking employees directly under their authority for monetary donations, but Colyer asked Cook County DCFS workers to also help.
Wildstein also handed over texts and emails that demonstrated collusion with his former supervisor, Bill Baroni, and Christie’s former deputy chief of staff, Bridget Kelly.
Holley said the positions will be mostly production, from shift supervisor to mixers and freezer operators.
The position also acts as administrative supervisor and fills out reports on the rest of the crew.
The consent order -- a set of facts signed by the bank -- also describes an apparent bribe to a Moscow supervisor at the bank, through payments of $250,000 routed through Deutsche Bank’s Wall Street operation to the banker’s wife.
The proposals also call for any alleged harassment by an employee to be reported to their immediate supervisor, the council president's office or the tip line.
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Origin and Etymology of supervisor
Middle English, from Medieval Latin, from supervidēre
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
SUPERVISOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of supervisor for English Language Learners
: a person who supervises someone or something
SUPERVISOR Defined for Kids
Definition of supervisor for Students
1 : a person who is in charge of others
2 : an officer in charge of a unit or an operation of a business, government, or school
Legal Definition of supervisor
: one that directs or oversees a person, group, department, organization, or operation; specifically : the popularly elected chief administrative official of a township or other subdivision in some states of the U.S.
supervisory\ˌsü-pər-ˈvī-zə-rē\ play adjective
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