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No.
Word
Explanation
1 Tagout Tagout refers to signs or labels attached to isolating devices to warn others not to restore energy to the equipment.
2 Talent Management Talent Management refers to the implementation of an integrated strategies or systems designed to increase workplace productivity by developing improved processes for attracting, developing, retaining and utilizing people with the required skills and aptitude to meet current and future business needs.
3 Tangible rewards Tangible rewards refers to the rewards that can be physically touched or held (i.e., a gift certificate, gifts in the form of merchandise or a savings bond.)
4 Tardiness Tardiness refers to time lost when employees report to work late.
5 Target audience Target audience refers to those people who will be the beneficiaries of training.
6 Task analysis Task analysis starts with job requirements and compares them to employee knowledge and skills.
7 Task forces Task forces are temporary groupings of personnel and resources for the accomplishment of a specific objective.
8 Task identity Task identity is the extent to which the job requires an entire identifiable unit of work-doing the job from start to finish with a visible outcome.
9 Task significance Task significance is the extent to which the job has a substantial impact on-other people.
10 TCNs TCNs (Third-Country Nationals) are employees who are not citizens of the home or host countries.
11 Team building Team building is A training program designed to assist a group of people to work together as a team while they are learning.
12 Technical training Technical training is designed to help employees broaden their bases of technical skills.
13 Telecommuting Telecommuting is the process of going to work via electronic computing and telecommunications equipment.
14 Teletraining Teletraining involves the use of telecommunications technology such as satellites, television, computers, and fiber-optic networks.
15 Teratogens Teratogens are products that affect a fetus but not the pregnant mother.
16 Termination Termination is a voluntary or involuntary discharge of an employee.
17 Theory X Theory X refers to some people have an inherent dislike for work and will avoid it whenever possible. These people need to be controlled and coerced by their managers to achieve production.
18 Theory Y Theory Y refers to people have a psychological need to work and want achievement and responsibility. A manager's role with these people is to help them achieve their potential.
19 Think tank Think tank is a group organized for the purpose of intensive research and problem solving, especially in the areas of technology, social or political strategy, or demographics.
20 Third-Country Nationals Third-Country Nationals (TCNS) are employees who are not citizens of the home or host countries.