JOB EVALUATION

Methods of job analysis for determining the pay structure in an organization. These evaluation methods comprise of ranking jobs on the basis of a...

JAUNDICE

a syndrome, characterised with a variety of liver, gallbladder and blood disorders, marked by the bile-pigment deposition in the skin, eye surfaces and excrements....

JUVENILISM

To be attracted sexually to children or adolescents. See ephebophilia, pedophilia

JUNGIAN PSYCHOLOGY

It is the approach to psychotherapy of Carl Jung and also the psychoanalytical theory. See analytic psychology

JUNG, CARL GUSTAV

He studied natural science and medicine and then moved to Zurich to work and specialize in schizophrenic disorders. He constructed a theory of analytic...

JIMSONWEED

a very poisonous weed, grown annually, which contains different anticholinergic agents such as alkaloids, scopolamine and atropine. It can be taken in small doses...

JOB SATISFACTION

the attitude of a worker when he reaps the rewards or the context

JCAHO

Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.

JUSTICE

The legal process and the imposition of proportionate punishment. See common sense, procedural justice. It is the impartial and fair settlement of conflict.

JOB-COMPONENT METHOD

It is a job evaluation technique based on the assumption that similarities in job content impose similar job demands on employee's and therefore warrant...

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