ORGANIZATIONAL ASSESSMENT

activities engaged in assessing the construction, procedure, environments, and their aspects which impact the efficacy of an establishment and the morale and productivity of...

OPTIMAL FORAGING THEORY

a theory of foraging behavior stipulating the idea that natural selection has produced optimal plans for food selection and for choosing the right time...

OVERSTAFFING

noun. a scenario wherein management believes that more individuals than required are being hired by an establishment or one of its subsets.

OVERCOMPENSATION

noun. Reference: compensation.

OPIOID BLOCKADE

the hindering of the euphoric impacts of opioids like heroin by deliverance of an obstructing agent, particularly methadone, as management remediation for drug abuse....

OBJECTIVE COMPETITIVE SITUATION

a scenario wherein at least one person analyzes the behavior of a person or group of people by comparing it either with the behavior...

OBSESSION

a continual thought, concept, picture, or urge which is experienced as invasive and not proper, and results in significant fear, distress, or discomfort.

OCCUPATIONAL ERGONOMICS

a specialty region of ergonomics which tries to make work programs and procedures within specific professions more reactive to the physical, cognitive, and psychocultural...

OTHER-DIRECTED

adjective. depicting or corresponding to individuals whose morals, objectives, and actions result mostly from identification with group or collective principles instead of with personally...

ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION

a deceleration in blood pressure whenever changing from a position of lying or sitting down to standing up.

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