But, it not being the case introducing an Administrator/Director/Supervisor into the equation.

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  • Without further context, we may never know. What are you trying to say? The text in your question is difficult to understand. – Rattler Mar 26 at 15:09
  • If I were to use the phrase in question, which is unlikely, I would mean “To make our prediction more accurate, we account for him in our model.” Is that what you mean? Or do you mean something more like “he was hired”? – Anton Sherwood Mar 26 at 19:59

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