Human Resource Planning

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Human Resource Planning: The process of anticipating future staffing needs and ensuring that a sufficient pool of talent possessing the skills and experience needed will be available to meet those needs.

Other Words for Human

Human Adjective Synonyms: kind, kindly, kind-hearted, considerate, charitable, compassionate, merciful, benign, benignant, tender, gentle, forgiving, lenient, benevolent, beneficent, generous, magnanimous, humanitarian, understanding, accommodating, sympathetic, good-natured
Human Noun Synonyms: sensitive, defenseless, weak, fallible, vulnerable
Human Verb Synonyms: mortal, anthropoid, hominoid, android, hominid, Possibly offensive manlike
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Nonrenewable Resource

Science / Marine Biology / Nonrenewable Resource: A resource that is in limited supply and can't be replenished by natural processes, at least not for thousands of years or more. Fossil fuels are nonrenewable resources. Compare renewable resource. MORE

Nondiversifiability Of Human Capital

Business / Finance / Nondiversifiability Of Human Capital: The difficulty of hedging one's human capital (the unique capabilities and expertise of individuals) and employment effort. MORE

Nonrenewable Resources

Business / Agriculture / Nonrenewable Resources: Nonrenewable resources, in contrast to renewable resources, do not naturally replenish themselves within time limits that permit sustained yield (i.e., minerals and hydrocarbons, such as phosphate roc MORE

Organization Planning

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Organization Planning: The process of transforming an organization’s goals, objectives, philosophy and mission into practices and policies. MORE

Renewable Resource

Science / Marine Biology / Renewable Resource: A resource that can be replenished through natural processes within a human life span, if it is soundly managed. Compare nonrenewable resource. MORE

Planning Horizon

Business / Finance / Planning Horizon: The length of time a model or investor or plan projects into the future. MORE

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