10 Tips for First-Time Supervisors

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Think back to a time when you started a new career. Can you recall any advice or tips that you still use today? Often, supervisors are thrust into their positions with little or no training. Becoming a supervisor requires balancing a set of new job requirements. Not only are you responsible for new tasks and duties, but you also are responsible for employees other than yourself. Do you want to become a respected and trusted supervisor for your peers?

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