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These core vocabulary reference sheets provide between 150 and 240 key words and phrases for each industry. Each series is divided into three pages that, when combined, form an alphabetical list. In taking this lexical approach to attaining key vocabulary, students should be encouraged to translate the specific words and phrases into their native tongues as each phrase has a very specific translation in each language.

absentee
absenteeism
absenteeism rate
accident at work - industrial injury
applicant - candidate
application form
to apply for a job
to appoint a person
apprenticeship
aptitude test
to ask for a rise
assessment of applicants
assistant
back pay
bargaining power
basic salary
to be dismissed - to be fired
to be laid off
to be on probation - to be on trial
to be on strike
to be out of work
business hours - office hours
Christmas bonus
clerical work - office work
company bargaining - company negotiation
compensation for permanent disability
concealed work - moonlighting
contractual situation
cost of living allowance
credentials
day shift
direct labour
disability pension
disciplinary measure - disciplinary sanction
to dismiss - to fire
overtime pay
overtime work
part-time
part-time job
partial disability
pay
pay formula - retribution diagram
pay increase for merit
payroll - payroll ledger
payslip
pension
pension fund
period of notice
permanent disability
permanent job - steady job
permanent staff
personnel - staff
personnel department
personnel requirements
planner
prevention
production bonus
professional qualifications
professional training
programmer
public holiday (GB) - national holiday (US)
purchasing manager
re-employment
redundancy payment
refresher course
relationship management
remuneration
resign (chairman) - to give notice (employee)
resignation (chairman) - notice (employee)
to retire

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Yes, those terms are very familiar to me as I am doing HRM degree now and will return to Laos next year, hope I can find a job there or otherwise I will return here again as some courses that I learned here are not related to Laos 'Labour law' such as Ocupational health and Safety, Industrial relation etc...

Or if I could, I would like to work with Ministry of Labour and Social Walfare to develop an effective employement relations in Laos.


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yes. Laos needs HUMAN RECOURSE LIKE YOU, BUT JUST AFRAID THAT YOU WON'T INTEREST IN WORKING WITH THE GOVT, SALARY IS VERY LOW!!!!! CONGRATS

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"to ask for a rise"

ok

" retribution diagram " must be a map of some sort of ass kicking payback.



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