Know Your Stuff – Revisiting supervision
1. What kind of employee could you visit occasionally to check if there are any outstanding issues and that they know what they are doing?
b. An experienced worker whom you’ve worked with for several years.
2. How far apart can your jobs be so that you can supervise them both?
a. It depends on the staff on-site – you need to know their abilities to know how much supervision is required.
3. What can happen if you don’t provide good supervision?
c. You could be disciplined by the Board.
4. How do you know what is good supervision?
a. You need to ensure your workers have enough support, taking into account their skills, experience and knowledge of their current task.