ESL Business Power Up: HR Terminology

HR terminology can help boost your ESL plan if you student deals with HR daily or not. Here are some frequently used HR terms (Human Resource Terminology) and jargon to help boost your HR related clients. Let me know if you have any suggestions or corrections. Cheers!

equal opportunity independent contractor expatriate (expat) temporary employee
performance appraisal performance management> probation redundancy
harassment discrimination affirmative action wrongful dismissal
unlawful termination suspension retrenchment lay off
behavioral based interview benchmark coaching confidentiality agreement
exit interview core competencies contract of service contingent workers
disciplinary action due diligence emotional intelligence employee retention
empowerment goal setting group dynamics grievance
HR audit hierarchy human capital incentive pay
job analysis JD = Job description KPI = Key Performance Indicators labor market
leadership development lump sum payment mentoring minimum wage
mission statement Myers-Briggs Type Indicator onboarding Organizational Culture
orientation outsourcing peer appraisal random testing
strategic planning succession planning talent management 360 degree feedback
total remuneration training and development Union turnover
whistle blower work-life balance escalate execute
best practice turn around time results driven paradigm shift
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