Employment Practice

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Employment Practice: Any recruitment, hiring, selection practice, transfer or promotion policy, or any benefit provision or other function of the employer's employment process that operates as an analysis or screening device.

Other Words for Employment

Employment Noun Synonyms: occupation, job, trade, work, business, profession, vocation, calling, livelihood, pursuit, m‚tier, skill, craft, line, racket

Other Words for Practice

Practice Adverb Synonyms: custom, wont, habit, routine, convention, tradition, rule, procedure,age, mode, style, way, modus operandi, technique or technic, praxis, MO (= 'modus operandi')
Practice Noun Synonyms: pursuit, exercise, work, profession, career, vocation, conduct, business, office


Entertainment / Bowling / Practice: The act of bowling with a purpose to either improve a skill or to work on acquiring a new skill; it is NOT just going to the lanes and bowling a few games. MORE

Physician Practice Management (PPM) Company

Health / Health Insurance / Physician Practice Management (PPM) Company: A company, owned by a group of investors, that purchases physicians' practice assets, provides practice management services, and, in most cases, gives physicians a long-term contract to continue worki MORE

Practice Green

Entertainment / Golf / Practice Green: ('practice putting green') a green which is separate from the golf course and is designated for practicing putting only or putting and/or the short game MORE

Practice Range

Entertainment / Golf / Practice Range: (also 'practice facility, practice tee, driving range, range') an area, separate from the golf course, designated for hitting practice balls MORE

Practice Swing

Entertainment / Golf / Practice Swing: (also 'rehearsal swing') a swing through the air made (without hitting a ball) to work on, or feel, the movements that you intend to make when you hit the ball, or just to loosen up MORE

Practice Round

Entertainment / Golf / Practice Round: A round of golf usually thought of as being for the purpose of familiarizing a player with a particular course, and referred to specifically to differentiate it from a round in a competition MORE