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Word
Explanation
1 Narrative appraisal Narrative appraisal refers to written, narrative appraisal methods such as essay, critical incidents, and field review.
2 Needs assessment Needs assessment is an ongoing data-gathering process to determine what training needs exist.
3 Negative reinforcement Negative reinforcement is when an individual works to avoid an undesirable reward (also known as avoidance).
4 Negligent hiring Negligent hiring makes an employer liable for damages to a third party by an employee if the employer knew or should have known about the employee's background.
5 NLRB NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) is a Federal entity charged with administering the 1935 National Labor Relations Act (also known as the Wagner Act) to govern the establishment and maintenance of labor organizations.
6 No-lockout clauses No-lockout clauses are agreements in which the company agrees not to lock out workers during the duration of the contract.
7 No-strike clauses No-strike clauses are agreements in which the union agrees not to strike during the duration of the contract.
8 Nominal group technique Nominal group technique uses a variety of individuals to forecast ideas and assumptions; the group then meets face to face and a composite is compiled.
9 Nonexempt employees Nonexempt employees are required to be paid over-time under the Fair Labor Standards Act.