Your Field Guide to Supervisory Success
Learn to perform supervisory and management functions for any industry whether you have a staff of five or 500. Students in this program gain knowledge in the areas of supervision, human relations, and computer concepts of information processing. This class will provide a brief overview of ethics in management and explore the many responsibilities that supervisors oversee.
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- Most jobs are filled by promoting office or administrative support workers from within the organization, although new trends suggest increased external hiring practices.
- Supervisors are employed in virtually every sector of the economy, including government and private industries.
- Supervisors perform administrative tasks to ensure that their staffs can work efficiently.
- The industries that support the highest percentage of the supervisory workforce, include banks, wholesalers, government agencies, retail establishments, business service firms, health care facilities, schools, and insurance companies.
(Sources: Small Business Facts, Occupational Outlook)