Supervise with care: three studies in worker supervision

United Kingdom, 1952

Film
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Describes three studies in worker supervision: expert workers who become annoyed when a supervisor takes notes of details without explanation; proper distribution of work among seniors and juniors brought about by discussion between supervisors and seniors; in placing junior workers, supervisors should consider their abilities.

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producer/director

L.J. Parmiter

Language

English

Duration

00:12:57:00

Colour

Black and White

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