Type
Crossword
Description

Job _______ is a process to identify and determine in detail the particular job duties and requirements and the relative importance of these duties for a given job. Analysis
Job _________ is a statement of the essential compotents of a job class including a summary of the work to be performed, primary duties and responsibilities, and the minimum qualifications and requirements necessary to perform the essential functions of the job. Specification
A job _________ will tell you what your employer will expect from you, as well as what you can expect from your employer. Description
Job Analysis should collect information on the following areas: Duties and Tasks, Tools and Equipment, Relationships, Requirements, and ________________. Environment
In terms of Job Analysis, 'relationships' refer to ____________ given and received and relationships with internal and external people. supervision
The purpose of Job Analysis is to establish and document the 'job relatedness' of employment procedures such as training, selection, ______________, and performance appraisal. compensation
The main purpose of a job description is to collect job-related ______ in order to advertise for a particular job. data
Job Specification helps recruiting teams understand what level of _____________, qualities and set of characteristics should be present for a candidate to be eligible for the job opening. qualitifications
Job Description and Job Specification are two integral parts of ______________. Job Analysis
_______________________ specialists are responsible for recruiting, screening, interviewing and placing workers. Human Resources
Job Descriptions are based on objective information obtained through job analysis, an understanding of the _______________ and skills required, and the needs of the organization to produce work. competencies
Job Descriptions help an employer cover _____________ bases. legal

HR TERMINOLOGY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The process of taking control over another corporation by purchasing Acquisition
Acknowledgement of employees performance or achievements Recognition
The act of enlisting people for job Recruitment
the act of dismissing an employee redundancy
an unauthorized and illegal strike that occurs during the term of an existing contract wildcatstrike
The knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform a specific task or function competencies
The approach to managing people and their performance Appraisal
A complaint brought by one party to an employment contract against another party. grievance
The process of introducing a new employee into the organization induction
The favoring of one group of people to the detriment of others. Discrimination
A one-to-one process between an outside trainer and an employee mentoring
The process of discussion with a view to mutual settlement negotiation
The business practice of hiring a party outside a company outsourcing
Disciplinary action resulting in an employee being sent home without pay for a specified period of time Suspension

Human Resources Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The action of finding new people to join an organization. Recruitment
Dealing with what is good and bad, or right and wrong. Ethics
Protecting employees from injuries due to work-related accidents. Safety
All rewards a person receives in the form of wages. Compensation
The department of a business or organization that deals with the hiring, administration, and training of personnel. HumanResources
A type of employment test that involves a conversation between a job applicant and representative of the employing organization. Interview
Includes a variety of elements, including work environment, company mission, value, ethics, expectations, and goals. Culture
An experienced and trusted adviser. Mentor
Refers to the steps taken within a company to encourage each employee's professional and personal growth. Development
Refers to the ability of an organization to retain its employees. Retention

Unit 6: Employment Skills Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A person applying for a job Applicant
Amount of money taken from an employee's gross pay for taxes, insurance, Social Security, and other benefits. Deduction
Treating someone unfairly because of his or her race or religion Discrimination
The person who hires someone to do a job Employer
A formal meeting between an employer and job applicant about a job opening Interview
A resource that involves communicating information with others Networking
Being on time for work Punctuality
A person who will give a favorable report of a job applicant to the employer Reference
A short, written description of an applicant's personal data, education, and experience related to a job Resume
Fixed amount of money earned, regardless of hours worked Salary

Employability Vocabulary Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A person applying for a job Applicant
a person who works with you Coworker
being on time for work Punctuality
rules of behavior in the workplace Work ethic
to eliminate unwanted applicants Screenout
any information about possible job openings joblead
extras provided by employers (other than wages) Fringebenefits
the person who hires someone to do a job Employer
a person who will give a favorable report of a job applicant to the employer REference
a short, written description of an applicant's personal data, education, and experience related to a job Résumé
fixed amount of money earned, regardless of hours worked salary
an action or series of actions determined by an employer for a specific process Procedure
a resource that involves communicating information with others networking
the amount of a paycheck after the deductions are taken out Netpay
a formal meeting between an employer and job applicant about a job opening Interview
the total amount of an employee's earnings before deductions are taken out Gross pay
treating someone unfairly because of his or her race, religion, or sex Discrimination
amount of money taken from an employee's gross pay for taxes, insurance, Social Security, and other benefits Deduction
the tool employers use to find out basic information about job applicants Application form

Argument Writing Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

reasoned thinking that supports a specific claim or position argument
correct or suitable for a particular time, situation, or purpose appropriate
a statement that a speaker or writer is trying to prove, usually by using evidence claim
when something such as a piece of writing is easy to understand because its parts are connected in a clear and reasonable way coherent
a justification of a claim; an explanation reason
details or quotes from a text that directly relate to the subject or problem being discussed or considered relevant evidence
not related to the subject being discussed irrelevant
the opposing viewpoint or the opposite of the main claim in an essay counterclaim
evidence that is relevant and specific well-chosen evidence
to give the reader a clear picture in his/her mind illustrates
identify information in the text that supports understanding and uses that evidence to explain ideas cite
a personal view, attitude, or judgment opinion
to move by argument or evidence to belief, agreement, consent, or a course of action convince
a piece of factual writing in which ideas on a single topic are presented, explained, argued, or described in an interesting way essay
a method of doing something which involves several steps or stages process
the specific reason a person has for writing purpose

career prep crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

emotional, mental and physical exhaustion caused by overloading burnout
time for hobbies, ease and relaxation leisure
act of treating people differently based solely on physical characteristics such as age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability, etc. discrimination
term used to describe a barrier preventing minorities and women from rising to position of power or responsibility glass ceiling
mental and emotional well-being of a person or group morale
oversimplified or biased mental picture which characterizes a person or group of people stereotype
state of wealth, resources and employment in a country or region econonomy
period of reduced economic activity recession
relates to labor and working with your hands blue collar
relates to working in an office setting white collar
group of similar occupations and industries career cluster
ongoing, voluntary pursuit of knowledge lifelong learning
document listing a persons education, work experience, and accomplishments used by employers to determine job eligibility resume
trusted guide or counselor who provides information, advice and support mentor
financial aid awarded to a student, as for the purpose of attending an institution of higher learning, often offered for academic achievement scholoarship
financial aid given to a student of an institution of higher learning by the federal government, state government, college, or organization grant
financial aid provided on the terms it will be repaid loan
program providing financial aid to a student of an institution of higher learning in exchange for employment services workstudy
level to which someone is likely to gain employment and be successful in a career employability
skills needed to be effective in any job market and workplace employability skills
ability or instinct to act or take charge independently initiative
way or condition in which a person lives lifestyle
measure of position based on social and economic factors including education, income, occupation and wealth socioeconomic status
balance between work and personal responsibilities worklife balance
collection of past work used to document skills and achievements portfolio
institution of higher learning which offers teaching and research facilities university
institution of higher learning which offers associate degrees community college
institution of higher learning which offers training for specific careers technical school
requires 60 hours of coursework, usually taking two years to complete associatedegree
requires 120 hours of coursework, usually taking 4 years to complete bachelors degree
subject of specialization chosen by a student of an institution of higher learning major
advanced degree earned after completing a bachelors degree masters degree
highest level of degree available doctoral degree
activities falling outside of the normal, required curriculum of school extracurricular activites

Chapter 11 managing human resource systems Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

The process of finding, developing, and keeping the right people to form a qualified workforce human resource manage.
An exception in employment law that permits sex, age, religion, etc. to be used when making employment decisions but only if they are reasonably normal operation of that business Bona-fide occupational qual.
intentional discrimination that occurs when people are purposely not given the same hiring, promotion because of their race, Miller, sex, age, ethnic group or religious beliefs disparate treatment
unintentional discrimination that occurs when members of a race, sex, or ethnic group are unintentionally harmed because they are hired, promoted at substantially lower rates than others adverse impact
a form of discrimination in which unwelcome sexual advances or requests for sexual favors and physical conduct of sexual nature occurs while performing one’s job sexual harassment
a form of sexual harassment in which employment outcomes such as hiring promotion or simply keeping one's job depend on whether an individual submits to sexual harassment quid pro quo
a form of sexual harassment in which unwelcome and a meaning sexually related behavior creates an intimidating an offensive work environment hostile work environment
the process of developing a pool of qualified job applicants recruiting
a purposeful systematic process for collecting information on the important well related aspects of a job job analysis
a written description of the basic tasks duties and responsibilities required of a employee holding a job job specification
the process of developing a pool of qualified applicants from people who already work in the company internal recruiting
the process of developing a pool of qualified job applicants from outside the company external recruiting
the process of gathering information about job applicants to decide who should be offered a job selection
Procedures used to verify truthfulness and accuracy of information applicants provide background check
interviews in which interviewers are free to ask the applicants anything they want unstructured interviews
interviews in which all applicants are asked the same set of standardized questions structured interviews

Unit 3 and 4 study guide Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

to give up something to resolve a conflict compromise
clash of ideas or values conflict
the choice between two or more possibilites Decision
the steps one takes to make the best decision decision-making plan
to look closely and judge evaluate
the course of action one decides to take at the end of the decision-making proccess plan
anything a person has or uses to reach a goal resource
a decision or plan that can be changed tentative
a computerized career information delivery system ArkOscar
the instructional background and skills needed to qualify for employment education/training
the prospect for the future of a job or career employment outlook
the jobs that beginners start with to train them for higher level jobs Entry-level jobs
the computer network system through which information can be shared on the World Wide Web Internet
a task one is expected to perform on the job Job duty
occupational information network compiled by the United States Department of Lab labor O*Net
a book used for researching the most common careers in the United States OOH
jobs requiring less than 35-40 hours a week Part-time jobs
a special skill, knowledge, or ability that enables a person to perform a particular jo qualification
jobs or careers belonging to the same group on the basis of similar knowledge and skills related occupations
to find out more by reading and talking to people research
jobs that last for limited period of time temporary jobs
doing a job without pay to gain experience volunteering
the environment of the workplace working conditions

Strategic Management Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

Consists of the analyses, decisions, and actions an organization undertakes Strategi Management
Starting point of the strategic management process Strategy Analysis
Decsions made by firms regarding investments, committments, and other aspects of operations Strategy Formulation
Actions made by firms that carry out the formulated strategy Strategy Implementation
Relationship among various participants in determining the direction and performance of corporations Corporate Governance
The expectation that businesses or individuals will strive to improve the overall welfare of society Social Responsibility
Assessment of a firm's financial, social, and environmental performance Triple Bottom Line
Organizational goal that evokes powerful and compelling mental images Vision
Organizational goals that include the purpose of the organization Mission
Set of organizational goals that are used to operationalize the mission statement and are specific Strategic Objectives
Surveillance of a firm's external environment Environmental Scanning
A Firms activities of collecting and interpreting data Competitive Intelligence
A framework for analyzing a company's internal and external environments SWOT Analysis
Factors external to an industry and usually beyond a firm's control General Environment
Practice wherein the internet is used to tap a broad range of individuals and groups Crowdsourcing
A group of firms that produce similar goods or services Industry

Qualitative Data Analysis Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

In descriptive studies, qualitative _______analysis is often described as a content analysis. DATA
In ethnographies, a broad unit of cultural knowledge DOMAIN
Before analysis can begin, qualitative researchers have to develop a coding _________. SCHEME
All of a phenomenologist's transcribed interviews would comprise a qualitative data _______. SET
Type of analyses that is more difficult to do. QUALITATIVE
Type of findings that are easier to understand. QUANTITATIVE
A piece of information obtained in a study. DATUM
Written documentation describing definitions of categories used to code data. CODEBOOK
Principle involved in looking for units of information with similar meanings. SIMILARITY
Recurring regularity emerging during analysis of qualitative data. THEME
A figurative comparison to evoke a visual analogy. METAPHOR
Focuses on the culture of a group of people. ETHNOGRAPHY
Research that focuses on the lived experience of humans. PHENOMENOLOGY
Data collection method in which questions are asked of a respondent. INTERVIEW
Process of identifying and indexing recurring themes within data. CODING
An abstraction inferred from observations of behavior. CONCEPT
System of classifying and organizing terms. TAXONOMY
Type of data analysis examining relationships among terms in the domains using Spradley’s method. COMPONENTIAL
Process of living the data to understand meanings and draw insightful conclusions. INCUBATION
A preliminary guide for sorting narrative data. TEMPLATE
Grounded theorists document an idea in an analytic ________. MEMO