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Multilingual Demographic Dictionary, second unified edition, English volume


Multilingual Demographic Dictionary, second unified edition, English vol.
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Supervisor  (SUPERVISOR)

Among the employees (353-3) a distinction is often made between the managerial staff 1, who make policy decisions; the executive staff 2 who apply the decisions; and supervisors 3 or foremen 3 who direct the operative. Officials (357-5) are divided into simple or lower service 4★, mainly for positions of menial work(eg, administrative assistants, technical assistants), middle service 5★, mainly for positions requiring roughly the equivalent of a completed apprenticeship (eg, editors, administrative secretaries), upper service 6★, mainly for positions requiring a Bachelor's degree or its equivalent (administrative frameworks or technical) and senior service 7★, restricted to graduates holding a Master's degree or its equivalent.

  • 1. The term executive in the United States of America refers to a member of the managerial staff.