people in business

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organisational structure
the internal links between managers and workers showing linesof authority
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layers of managment
the number of different levels of managment and resposibility in a structure
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span of control
the number of junior employees each manager is directly responsible for
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centralisation
senior managers take all the important decisions
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decentralisation
decision-making power is spread to managers in branches and divisions of the business
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recruitment
attracting people to apply for a job vacancy
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job analysis
identifying the tasks and skills neede to perform a job well
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job describtion
a statement of the nature of the job and tasks involved
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person specifacation
a profile of the type of person likely to make a good applicant
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internal recruitment
appointing an existing employer of the business to fill a vacancy
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external recruitment
appointing an employee of another business to fill a vacancy
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induction training
initial training to familarise new recruits with the systems of the business
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on-the-job training
takes place when employees receive training as they are working at their own place of work
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off the job training
takes place away from the job at another place
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appraisal
assessing how effectively an employee is working
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motivated
the will to work due too the enjoyment of the work itself
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the number of different levels of managment and resposibility in a structure

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layers of managment

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the number of junior employees each manager is directly responsible for

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senior managers take all the important decisions

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decision-making power is spread to managers in branches and divisions of the business

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davidsalter

These flash cards cover many of the main terms needed for the people part of the GCSE. Explanations are clear and can be used for joint or solo revision. They should highlight areas for further study.

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