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Technical Staff Management Systems for the Aviation Industry
In the airline industry, aircraft maintenance is an activity that has to be done throughout the day, so maintenance personnel must be available at all times

how is management systems evaluated  supervisors. Figure 4 shows how those parameters will allow the system to select the appropriate personnel. Once the system has the information and data it needs, it should consider the type of job that has to be executed (complex, routine, or simple), and that has been verified previously by the supervisors. From there, the system will search the database for the profiles that are qualified to execute the job, selecting first those that are available and have the experience and attributes required for

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