Our expert says:
I suppose part of the problem is that while the esential qualifications for working as a doctor, or an accountant, or an engineer, are fairly explicitly laid down, qualifications to be a Supervisor are not, and each organization interprets it as it best suits them.
But if your company has respected your knowledge and abilities enough to appoint you as a supervisor, they should have also provided you with extra training, courses, etc., to enable you to gain the necessary extra skills to do the job well. It is highly irresponsible for them not to so.
Unique's coments are useful. IS there an HR person you could discuss this with ?
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