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No.
Word
Explanation
1 Icebreaker Icebreaker is a beginning exercise, game or simulation used as a means to reduce tension and create a more relaxed atmosphere during training programs.
2 Impairment Impairment is a physical or mental condition resulting from injury or illness, which diminishes an individual’s faculties such as ability to hear, see, walk, talk, etc.
3 Improshare Plan Improshare Plan is an industrial engineering-based gainsharing plan that uses past production records to establish base performance standards.
4 In-house training In-house training refers to learning opportunities developed by the organization in which they are used.
5 Incentive pay Incentive pay is a form of direct compensation where employers pay for performance beyond normal expectations to motivate employees to perform at higher levels.
6 Incentive pay plan Incentive pay plan is a plan providing additional compensation intended to serve as an incentive for excellent performance, exceeding productivity goals or standards, as well as other contributions in accordance with prescribed goals or standards.
7 Incentive stock option Incentive stock option is an employee stock option plan that allows options to be granted or exercised on a tax-deferred basis. All gains on options are taxed only when the holder sells the stock.
8 Incidence rate Incidence rate refers to the indicates the number of workplace injuries/illnesses and the number of lost work days per 100 employees.
9 Incident Incident is any deviation from an acceptable standard.
10 Increasing returns Increasing returns describes learning that occurs when progress is initially slow because basics are being learned but then performance accelerates off after the initial learning phase.
11 Indirect compensation Indirect compensation is a form of compensation commonly referred to as benefits (i.e., health /dental /vision insurance, vacation, retirement benefits, educational benefits, relocation expenses, etc.).
12 Indirect costs Indirect costs refers to any expenses, such as fringe benefits, overhead, utilities, rent or equipment, that have been incurred for the purpose of common general activities and cannot be identified or charged directly to the production of a specific project.
13 Indirect labor Indirect labor used to define labor that is necessary to support the manufacturing of a product, but is not directly involved with the actual process of manufacturing the product.
14 Individual analysis Individual analysis focuses on individual employees and how they perform their jobs.
15 Induction program Induction program is a programs designed to introduce and acclimate newly hired employees into the organization.
16 Industrial psychology Industrial psychology is an applying psychology concerned with the study of human behavior in the workplace and how to efficiently manage an industrial labor force and problems encountered by employees.
17 Informed consent Informed consent is an individual’s agreement to allow something to transpire subsequent to the individual having been informed of associated risks involved and alternatives.
18 Injunctions Injunctions are court orders that prohibit a party, employer, or union from a specific course of action.
19 Instructor-to-trainee ratio Instructor-to-trainee ratio is the maximum number of trainees assigned per trainer.
20 Instrumentality Instrumentality is the degree to which a trainee is concerned with the immediate applicability of the concepts and skills being taught.