Common workplace ethic of respecting others and working well together.
Federal laws that provide protection from retribution against someone for reporting a suspected violation.
The capacity to do what is right even in the face of temptation to do otherwise.
Taking another’s property or money by a person to whom it has been entrusted.
When one obtains money or property by lying about a past or existing fact. False
Offering or giving anything of value to get or keep business or to influence performance of an official.
Obtaining money or other property by wrongful use of force or the power of office.
The duty of a business to contribute to the wellbeing of society. Social
An employee who speaks out about misconduct, malpractice, or corruption.
Set of standards or rules that guide business behavior in a positive direction. Code of
A person’s personal philosophies about what is right or wrong.
Use of confidential corporate information to buy or sell stocks. Insider
Deliberate deception to gain an unlawful advantage.
Crime against the environment. Green
Economic crimes committed by professionals in the course of their work. White Collar
Hiding money obtained illegally by putting it in legal businesses. Money
Negative or unfair treatment based on personal characteristics rather than job performance, skills, or merit.
Unwelcome conduct from another whose actions, communication, or behavior mocks, demeans, disparages, or ridicules an employee.
Sentenced to 150 years in prison for largest Ponzi scheme in history.
Its use poses a potential conflict between employees' rights to express themselves and an organization's need to preserve its reputation, intellectual property, and information its legally obligated to protect. Social
Responsible for making ethical choices to maintain our company's reputation for fair, honest business practices.
The set of measures taken to ensure that networks, systems, & data breaches are avoided.
A lifestyle influencer who served 5 months in federal prison and paid fines of treble damages in connection to allegations of insider trading. Martha
An unauthorized person viewing confidential data is an example of a reportable _______ incident.
The word for exchanging goods and services, sometime between countries
Something that a person would like but is not necessary for their survival.
When money or goods are traded or exchanged for other goods or services
When a company focuses on a small range of products in order to more efficient and their business more profitable.
The person selling the goods or providing the service.
When a person keeps their money instead of spending it.
What people must give up in order to get what they want the most
What a person requires to live - food, water, shelter
A decision that must be made, the object or lesser value is given up and exchanged for something of more value.
The person receiving the goods or services.
How efficient a good or service is produced in order to increase profit.
Something that motivates someone to buy an item.
The amount borrowered on a home loan.
Money owed on major asset such as property.
Person who evaluates a borrower's creditworthiness prior to loan approval.
A Legal document between a mortgagor and a mortgagee that establishes home security for a home as security for a home loan.
A property owned that will be used for a rental property.
An amount of money a borrower owes to a creditory.
An amount of coverage that protects the borrower's and lender's interest in a property
The measurable value of a home above and beyond what the borrowers owe on a property they own.
Loan using borrower's own home as collateral
A short term agreement by a lender for a certain Interest Rate.
The Repossession of a home by a lender in the event a borrower cant or doesnt pay a mortgage.
An individual who is trying to obtaina loan to purchase a home.
Borrower's inability to make regular payments.
Official document used in the real estate industry that specifies who owns a piece of property.
A legal document that obligates a borrower to repay a mortgage loan at a stated rate for a specific period of time.
What was the highest-grossing Christmas movie of all time?
How long does it take for a tree to reach the average, ideal “Christmas tree” height?
What animated 2004 film is about a train that carries kids to the North Pole on Christmas Eve?
One of Santa’s reindeer shares a name with a famous symbol of Valentine’s Day. Which reindeer is that?
How many ghosts show up in A Christmas Carol?
In Home Alone, where are the McCallisters going on vacation when they leave Kevin behind?
In Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, what was the first name of Scrooge?
The movie Miracle on 34th Street is based on a real-life department store. What is it?
Which U.S. state was the first to declare Christmas an official holiday?
Which country has a tradition of a witch dropping gifts for children through the chimney at Christmas?
What is Ralphie’s little brother’s name in the movie A Christmas Story?
As the clock chimes midnight to ring in the New Year, a Spanish tradition involves eating twelve of what? You’re supposed to have one for each chime?
What much-reviled Christmas edible is known for its long shelf life?
The structure of methods that a society uses to produce and distribute goods and services
The income people receive in return for supplying factors of production
The amount of money a business receives in excess of its expenses
Level of economic prosperity
Any arrangement that allows buyers and sellers to exchange things
An organization that uses resources to produce a product or service, which it then sells
A person or group of people living in a single residence
The arena of exchange in which firms purchase the factors of production from households
A range of economic and political systems based on the belief that wealth should be evenly distributed throughout society
A political system in which the government owns and controls all resources and means of productions and makes all economic decisions
Describing a form of government that limits individual freedoms and requires strict obedience from its citizens
Another name for a centrally planned economy
The doctrine that government generally should not intervene in the marketplace
Property that is owned by individuals or companies, not by the government or the people as a whole
A market-based economic system in which the government is involved to some extent
A period of change in which nation moves from one economic system to another
The incentive that drives individuals and business owners to improve their material well-being
The principle that anyone can compete in the marketplace
The principle that everyone has the same legal rights
The principle that people have the right to control their possessions and use them as they wish
The study of economic behavior and decisions in a nations whole economy
The study of economic behavior and decision-making in small units, such as households or firms
A period of macroeconomic expansion, or growth, followed by one of contraction, or decline
A proposed law submitted directly to the public
a place where people work, live, or play together
a member of a community, state, and country
concern for others
taking care of important things
a group of people who work together to run a city, a state, or a country
things we are free to do
to make a choice about something
the right to choose what we do and say
a rule that everyone must follow
one part of our government
something that happens as a result of an action
something helpful that is done for you
money to the government to pay for services
leaders who write and vote on new laws
the highest court in our country
Where Shakespeare made all his money
Beep, Beep, Beep
Supporter of the arts
A coveted transaction
Inventors of CRM for the Arts & Entertainment industry
Good data habits result in fewer of these
Writing to patonrs
Interpreting your data
Really be sure with this checkbox in Theatre Manager
Pay now, enjoy later
Things you spend money on
Money you get from a job, benefits, or somewhere else
Things you must have and can't do without, such as food
A special savings account to help you save for your child's future education.
A plan for how you will spend your money so that you can best meet your needs.
Another name for "spending plan".
What you think is important in life.
Things that would be nice to have, but that you can live without.
Number of days in a week.
Number of days in a month.
Number of weeks in a year.
Draw attention away from what is important
Money paid to the writer by a producer when the writer’s play is performed
Conversation between two or more people
Telling a story directly to the audience without acting it out
Acting without sound; using the body to tell a story
The background sound for a movie or play
An activity that involves actors and an audience in a situation where the action is live, rather than recorded
Standing in front of another actor so that the audience cannot see that performer
The rules of the stage
A still picture on stage
Noticing the good points about a presentation
Looking back and paying attention to what could be improved
A person who assists people in their recovery
Value of all final goods and services produced within the borders of a country
Compulsory payments made by individuals and businesses to the government
Goods and services produced in other countries and purchased by local businesses and individuals
Goods and services produced locally and then sold for consumption outside the borders of the country.
A negative economic growth for at least two successive quarters
A document that details expected revenue and projected expenditure
A business owned wholly or partly by the government and run by private authority, e.g ESKOM
An indirect tax on goods and services consumed in the economy
A sustained and significant increase in the general price level over a period of time; leads to a decline in the buying power of money.
An index that measure consumer inflation
An increase in the production of goods and services
People who want to work, are looking for work, but cannot find work