1. 1. statistical study of population characteristics, using data such as birth rates
  2. 3. transferring a staff member from a department or branch that no longer requires their services to other areas of the business where a vacancy exists
  3. 5. business that provide a diversified range of products in a different industries
  4. 6. measures the percentage of the workforce not present at work in a given time period
  5. 7. the factors that Herzberg considered to increase job satisfaction and motivation levels
  6. 10. government policies used to safeguard the interest of domestic industries from foreign competition
  7. 11. the inner desire or passion to do something
  8. 12. the integration and interdependence of economic
  9. 15. occur when the employer can no longer afford to hire the worker or when the job cases to exist
  10. 16. termination of a worker's employment due to incompetence or a breach of contract
  11. 17. a method of workforce planning whereby employees work in a location away from the workplace, such as those working from home or as a call centre
  1. 1. refers to managers passing on tasks or responsibilities to their subordinates
  2. 2. rewards received in addition to a worker's wages.
  3. 4. high risk growth strategy that involves business selling products in new market
  4. 8. training aimed at introducing new staff to business to get them familiar with the polices, practices and culture of the organization
  5. 9. form of non-finacial motivator which involves a manager giving his/her subordinates some autonomy in their job and the authority to make various decisions
  6. 10. the level of output per worker
  7. 13. formal process of evaluating the contributions and performance of an employee
  8. 14. process of providing opportunities for workers to acquire employment-related skills and knowledge
  9. 15. process of hiring suitable workers