Employee Relations

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Employee Relations: A broad term used to refer to the general management and planning of activities related to developing, maintaining and improving employee relationships by communicating with employees, processing grievances/disputes, etc.

Other Words for Employee

Employee Adjective Synonyms: worker, staff member, wage-earner, hand
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Other Words for Relations

Relations Noun Synonyms: sexual intercourse, coitus, sex, criminal conversation, carnal knowledge
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National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) Of 1947

Business / Human Resources (HR) / National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) Of 1947: The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), passed in 1935, provides that all employees have the right to form, join and assist labor organizations and to bargain collectively with their employers. MORE

Key Employee

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Key Employee: Under FMLA statutes, a key employee is defined as a salaried employee who is among the highest-paid 10% of all workers employed by the employer within a 75-mile radius. Under ERISA, a key employee is MORE

Nonexempt Employee

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Nonexempt Employee: An employee who does not meet any one of the Fair Labor Standards Act exemption tests and is paid on an hourly basis and covered by wage and hour laws regarding hours worked, overtime pay, etc. MORE

Object Relations

Science / Psychiatry / Object Relations: The emotional bonds between one person and another, as contrasted with interest in and love for the self; usually described in terms of capacity for loving and reacting appropriately to others. Melani MORE

Part-Time Employee

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Part-Time Employee: An individual who continually works less than 40 hours per week (standard workweek hours are based on individual employer policy, therefore, a 40-hour workweek is only a guideline; this number could b MORE

Investor Relations

Business / Finance / Investor Relations: The process by which the corporation communicates with its investors. MORE

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