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HR - Workplace Terms - Word Match #5 of 5 (2019)

Karen Burton

For practice of HR Terms dealing with the Workplace

Quid pro quo harassment An organization's desired gain or acceptable loss in value.
Reasonable accommodation Economic, social, and environmental impact metrics used to determine an organization's success.
Residual risk Procedural document designed to assist employers in complying with federal regulations prohibiting discrimination.
Reverse innovation U.S. act that protects the employment, reemployment, and retention rights of persons who serve or have served in the uniformed services.
Risk appetite Innovations created for or by emerging-economy markets and then imported to developed-economy markets.
Risk control System for identifying, evaluating, and controlling actual and potential risks to an organization.
Risk management Type of sexual harassment that occurs when an employee is forced to choose between giving in to a superior's sexual demands and forfeiting an economic benefit such as a pay increase, a promotion, or continued employment.
Risk position Amount of uncertainty that remains after all risk management efforts have been exhausted.
Risk scorecard Amount of uncertainty an organization is willing to pursue or to accept to attain its risk management goals.
Risk tolerance Union employees' right in U.S. to have a union representative or coworker present during an investigatory.
Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) Expected monetary loss every time a risk occurs; calculated by multiplying asset value by exposure factor.
Sexual orientation Sexual, romantic, or emotional/spiritual attraction that one feels for persons of the opposite sex or gender, the same sex or gender, or both sexes and more than one gender.
Single loss expectancy (SLE) Modifications or adjustments to a job or job application process that accommodate persons with disabilities but do not impose a disproportionate or undue burden on the employer.
Triple bottom line Amount of uncertainty an organization is willing to pursue or to accept to attain its risk management goals.
Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures U.S. act that requires some employers to give a minimum of 60 days' notice if a plant is to close or if mass layoffs will occur.
Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) Tool used to gather individual assessments of various characteristics of risk (e.g., frequency of occurrence; degree of impact, loss, or gain for the organization; degree of efficacy of current controls).
Vicarious liability U.S. act that requires that all publicly held companies establish internal controls and procedures for financial reporting to reduce the possibility of corporate fraud.
Weingarten rights An action taken to manage a risk.
Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act Legal doctrine under which a party can be held liable for the wrongful actions of another party.

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