HR Glossary Terms Starting V
These are some of the
HR glossary terms starting V
The phrase "value-added" refers to that something which increases worth or usefulness.
For example, in valued-added HR every HR activity makes positive and valuable contribution to the organization's operations and business activities.
Variable pay is that part of an employee's salary that is at risk of not being paid if the performance target is not reached.
Capable of being checked as being true or as having happened, attained, accomplished or otherwise, that is, not proven.
You can verify by observation, examination of data and so on.
For example, that an employee consistently achieves the specified work target can be verified as being true or not.
terms starting with V will be expanded as and when necessary.
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