Human Resource Management

Key Employee

Key Employee

A key employee, also known as a keyman or key people, is a corporate employee who has significant ownership and/or decision-making authority. Key workers are usually well compensated and seen as stakeholders in the operation of a company. These are often well rewarded, either financially or in te.....

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Highly Compensated Employee (HCE)

Highly Compensated Employee (HCE)

A highly compensated employee (HCE) is someone who satisfies one or more of the following requirements: Regardless of their actual pay, they held more than 5% of the firm at any point during the year or the previous year. They received more than $130,000 from the company in 2020 or 2021, and if t.....

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Special Needs Trust

Special Needs Trust

A special needs trust, also known as a supplemental needs trust in some jurisdictions, is a fiduciary partnership in which people with developmental impairments have legal rights to the benefits of the property held therein. It is a lawful game plan and trustee relationship that permits a genuine.....

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Voluntary Termination

Voluntary Termination

On paper, a voluntary termination is one that is initiated by the employee. It occurs when a person decides to leave the company where they are already employed. It contrasts from a layoff or termination, in which the company or another party, rather than the employee, makes the decision to termi.....

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Tinsmith – a person who deals in tinware

Tinsmith – a person who deals in tinware

A tinsmith is a person who makes and repairs things made of tin or other light metals. He/she is a worker who makes or repairs things of sheet metal (such as tinplate). The profession may sometimes also be known as a tinner, tinker, tinman, or tinplate worker; whitesmith may also refer to this pr.....

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Opinion Poll

Opinion Poll

An opinion poll, also commonly referred to as a poll or a survey, is a way of gathering information about a group’s views or beliefs. Opinion polls are similar to surveys or investigations designed in a scientific and impartial manner to gauge public opinion on a single issue or a series of.....

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Performance Management (PM)

Performance Management (PM)

Performance Management (PM) is the method of establishing a working atmosphere or environment in which individuals are encouraged to perform to the best of their abilities. Its aim is to create an atmosphere where individuals can perform most effectively and efficiently to the best of their abili.....

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Consumer Proposal

Consumer Proposal

A consumer proposal is a legally binding agreement reached by a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) with creditors. There is a stay of prosecution once filed that will provide you with temporary protection from such creditors, such as debt collectors. The proposal specifies how to repay an individu.....

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Case Competition

Case Competition

A case competition is an event in which competitors compete to develop the best solution within the rules and criteria set out by the organizer for a business case study. Teams provide judges with presentations and, although competitions differ in composition, there is a common format and purpose.....

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Strategic Analysis

Strategic Analysis

Strategic analysis is a method that includes investigating the market environment of an entity under which it works. The concept of strategic analysis can vary from an academic or business viewpoint, but many common factors are involved in the process: Identifying and assessing data relevant to t.....

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Human Resource Planning (HRP)

Human Resource Planning (HRP)

Human resource planning (HRP) is the ongoing systemic planning method to allow efficient use of the most important workers of an organization’s asset quality. Human resources certainly play the most important role in an organization’s functioning. The word ‘resource’ or ‘human r.....

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Etiquette And Manners

Etiquette And Manners

As a child, you must have been told to greet your elders and visitors to your home according to your culture and tradition. You must also have been taught to be polite in company and keep quiet while others, especially your elders, spoke. Possibly, you at times grudged such schooling. Possibly, a.....

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