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No.
Word
Explanation
1 E-learning E-learning is a delivery of formal and informal training and educational materials, processes and programs via the use of electronic media.
2 EAPs EAPs (Employee Assistance Programs) provide counseling assistance for employees experiencing emotional challenges. Usually set up as a pre-defined confidential service between employees and a designated vendor.
3 Eighty Percent (80%) Rule Eighty Percent (80%) Rule states that discrimination generally occurs if the selection rate for a protected group is less than 80% of their representation in the relevant labor market or 80% less than the majority group. Also known as four-fifths rule.
4 El El (Employee Involvement) is a planned and orderly attempt to find the shared interests of the employee and the organization for their mutual benefit.
5 Emergency planning Emergency planning is a process of establishing specific measures or actions to be taken when responding to catastrophic events or tragedies (i.e., fire, earthquake, severe storms, workplace violence, kidnapping, bomb threats, acts of terrorism or other emergency situations) in the workplace.
6 Emergency-shift pay Emergency-shift pay describes the extra pay that employees receive when they are called into work during an emergency (i.e. a power outage, etc.).
7 Emotional intelligence Emotional intelligence refers to the mental ability an individual possesses enabling him or her to be sensitive and understanding to the emotions of others, as well as to manage his or her own emotions and impulses.
8 Employee Assistance Programs Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) provide counseling and other help to employees having emotional, physical, or personal problems.
9 Employee handbooks Employee handbooks are manuals that explain a company's major HR and employee policies and procedures and describe employee benefits.
10 Employee Involvement Employee Involvement (El) is a planned and orderly attempt to find the shared interests of the employee and the organization for their mutual benefit.
11 Employee referral program Employee referral program is a recruiting strategy where current employees are rewarded for referring qualified candidates for employment.
12 Employee referrals Employee referrals occur when an employee recommends a family member or a friend for a position within the company.
13 Employee retention Employee retention is an organizational policies and practices designed to meet the diverse needs of employees and create an environment that encourages employees to remain employed.
14 Employee self-service Employee self-service is a new trend in human resource management that allows employees to handle many job-related tasks normally conducted by HR (such as benefits enrollment, updating personal information and accessing company information) through the use of a company's intranet, or other Web-based applications.
15 Employee Stock Ownership Plans Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) are stock bonus plans by which employees gain ownership in the organization for which they work.
16 Employee wellness programs Employee wellness programs are preventive health programs designed to improve the health and physical wellbeing of employees both on and off the job.
17 Employer of choice Employer of choice refers to the public or private employer whose practices, policies, benefits and overall work conditions have enabled it to successfully attract and retain talent because employees choose to work there.
18 Employment branding Employment branding is a combination of marketing, communication and technology used by an organization intended to give it greater visibility amongst a large population within a short timeframe.
19 Employment-at-will Employment-at-will is a common-law principle wherein both employers and employees have the right to change employment for any reason, unless there is a law or contract to the contrary.
20 Empowerment Empowerment refers to enabling an individual to have responsibility, control and decision-making authority over the work he or she performs.