Choosing a future supervisor

Fetzer, John
November 2005
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Nov2005, Vol. 383 Issue 5, p729
Academic Journal
Focuses on the relationship between an employee and the supervisor. Interactions with the potential supervisor during an interview; Need for the employee to observe his potential boss; Consideration to the things an employee can and cannot tolerate in a boss.


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