an employment practice in which workers are required to perform different duties on a regularly scheduled basis.
employees' interest enhancement in work tasks by improving the "quality of life" on the job, see quality of work life.
a procedure of taking repeated subsamples from a data source. This procedure empowers the estimating of standard errors and confidence intervals.
In non human mammals this constitutes the time between the cessation of weaning and the onset of sexual activity. And the period when an...
a maladjustment of circadian rhythms, which requires several days for adjusting rest, work, eating, body temperature and adrenocortical secretion cycles to local time.
The legal process and the imposition of proportionate punishment. See common sense, procedural justice. It is the impartial and fair settlement of conflict.
In epistemology, it is a concept of intellectual responsibility regarding the norms of belief about ideas, actions, emotions, claims, theories and so forth. In...
the length of time an employee spends in a position
a syndrome related to culture, found mainly in India with symptoms similar to those of shen-k'eui.
It is a cause of concern because judges, attorneys and juries often lack the scientific training to identify unsound research, the research is invalid...