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HR JARGON ROUND
!!
1. A workforce comprising of
permanent full-time, part time,
temporary employees and contractors.
2. An alternate dispute resolution
method that uses a neutral third
party to resolve conflicts
3. An employer’s policy that restricts the
employment of two or more family
members at the same time
4. A lawsuit filed by one party on
behalf of themselves and other people
in the group who share the same
complaint
5.Unfair labor practice when a union
asks an employer to pay an employee
for services he or she did not perform
6. Under Equal Employment
Opportunity law, a less favorable effect
for one group over another.
7. Using web sites, chat rooms or
bulletin boards to post insulting or
defamatory statements about former
employers
8. Informal communication channel
used to transmit information or rumors
from one person to another
9. Legal terminology meaning “what
for what” or “something for
something”
10. An approach to reducing staff,
whereby jobs are prioritized in order to
identify and eliminate unnecessary
work
ANSWERS
1. A workforce comprising of
permanent full-time, part time,
temporary employees and contractors.
Blended workforce
2. An alternate dispute resolution
method that uses a neutral third
party to resolve conflicts
Arbitration
3. An employer’s policy that restricts the
employment of two or more family
members at the same time
Anti-nepotism policy
4. A lawsuit filed by one party on
behalf of themselves and other people
in the group who share the same
complaint
Class action suit
5.Unfair labor practice when a union
asks an employer to pay an employee
for services he or she did not perform
Featherbedding
6. Under Equal Employment
Opportunity law, a less favorable effect
for one group over another.
Disparate impact
7. Using web sites, chat rooms or
bulletin boards to post insulting or
defamatory statements about former
employers
Cybersmear
8. Informal communication channel
used to transmit information or rumors
from one person to another
Grapevine
9. Legal terminology meaning “what
for what” or “something for
something”
Quid Pro Quo
10. An approach to reducing staff,
whereby jobs are prioritized in order to
identify and eliminate unnecessary
work
Rightsizing
9. A policy which provides no. of paid
days leave off following the death of
an employee’s spouse, parent, child,
grandpar...
12. A form of training conducted
outside of the workplace where new
hires are exposed to procedures or
tools/equipments to...
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Hr jargon round !!

  1. 1. HR JARGON ROUND !!
  2. 2. 1. A workforce comprising of permanent full-time, part time, temporary employees and contractors.
  3. 3. 2. An alternate dispute resolution method that uses a neutral third party to resolve conflicts
  4. 4. 3. An employer’s policy that restricts the employment of two or more family members at the same time
  5. 5. 4. A lawsuit filed by one party on behalf of themselves and other people in the group who share the same complaint
  6. 6. 5.Unfair labor practice when a union asks an employer to pay an employee for services he or she did not perform
  7. 7. 6. Under Equal Employment Opportunity law, a less favorable effect for one group over another.
  8. 8. 7. Using web sites, chat rooms or bulletin boards to post insulting or defamatory statements about former employers
  9. 9. 8. Informal communication channel used to transmit information or rumors from one person to another
  10. 10. 9. Legal terminology meaning “what for what” or “something for something”
  11. 11. 10. An approach to reducing staff, whereby jobs are prioritized in order to identify and eliminate unnecessary work
  12. 12. ANSWERS
  13. 13. 1. A workforce comprising of permanent full-time, part time, temporary employees and contractors.
  14. 14. Blended workforce
  15. 15. 2. An alternate dispute resolution method that uses a neutral third party to resolve conflicts
  16. 16. Arbitration
  17. 17. 3. An employer’s policy that restricts the employment of two or more family members at the same time
  18. 18. Anti-nepotism policy
  19. 19. 4. A lawsuit filed by one party on behalf of themselves and other people in the group who share the same complaint
  20. 20. Class action suit
  21. 21. 5.Unfair labor practice when a union asks an employer to pay an employee for services he or she did not perform
  22. 22. Featherbedding
  23. 23. 6. Under Equal Employment Opportunity law, a less favorable effect for one group over another.
  24. 24. Disparate impact
  25. 25. 7. Using web sites, chat rooms or bulletin boards to post insulting or defamatory statements about former employers
  26. 26. Cybersmear
  27. 27. 8. Informal communication channel used to transmit information or rumors from one person to another
  28. 28. Grapevine
  29. 29. 9. Legal terminology meaning “what for what” or “something for something”
  30. 30. Quid Pro Quo
  31. 31. 10. An approach to reducing staff, whereby jobs are prioritized in order to identify and eliminate unnecessary work
  32. 32. Rightsizing
  33. 33. 9. A policy which provides no. of paid days leave off following the death of an employee’s spouse, parent, child, grandparent or in-law
  34. 34. 12. A form of training conducted outside of the workplace where new hires are exposed to procedures or tools/equipments to be used in their jobs
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