Human Resources Management (HRM)
Consists of all activities involved with acquiring , developing, and compensating with the people who do the company's work.
Performance feedback gathered from a broad range of people with whom the employee works rather than from just the employee's manager
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Provide confidencial personal problem-solving counseling, and support services for employees
Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA)
Prescribes standards for wages and overtime pay.
Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
Regulates safety and health conditions in most businesses.
A social insurance program funded through payroll contributions.
Provides supplement health insurance for retirement-age people as well as others with specified disabilities
Requires employers to provide insurance for death, injury of employees that result from their work.
A state-managed program that provides temporary income to individuals who have been laid off from their jobs.
Pay and other benefits employees receive in exchange for their labor.
A pay based on an hourly rate.
A pay based on a time frame such as weekly or monthly.
System of policies and procedures for calculation the wages and salaries in an organization.
Most common, pays a certain amount for a specific period of time worked.
Pays employees a percentage of volume of sales for which they are responsible
Pays the employee a fixed rate for each unit produced.
Pay plan that provides each employee a small wage or salary and adds incentive pay based on performance.
Money paid at the end of a specific but long period of time.
Minimum Wage Law
Specifies that it is illegal for employers to pay less than an identical wage to any employee.
All forms of compensation and services that a company provides to employees in addition to salaries and wages.
A company sponsored retirement plan that makes regular payments to employees after retirement.
Employee contributions to many retirement plans
let's employees choose their own work hours within specified limits.
Allows two people to share one full-time job.
Which pays employees a small percentage of the company's profits at the end of the year.
A program in which employees can select the benefits that meet their personal needs.
The likelihood of being employed by the same company in the future.