Despite the extensive research previously conducted on female factory workers in the Free Trade Zones (FTZ) in Sri Lanka, FTZ supervisors have not received adequate attention. Under the topic “Free Trade Zone factory supervisors: A social psychological inquiry into their work-related experiences” this book, therefore, closely examines the situation of supervisors working in a Free Trade Zone factory in Katunayake, Sri Lanka, focusing on their work experiences and the psychological implications of these experiences. The work-experiences of supervisors are identified in six important areas. The psychological implications of these experiences are analysed using a theoretical framework that comprises theories of leadership and group behaviour, motivation, organisational stress and learned helplessness. The analysis should assist the managers of FTZ factories to identify the conditions that create positive and negative job satisfaction for their supervisors. The book can also be used by professionals and researchers of organisational behaviour and FTZ factories, and anyone who is interested in the areas listed above.