HR Acronyms Recruitment Benefits HR Basics HR Fun Facts
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What is Family Medical Leave Act?
The meaning of HR acronym "FMLA"
100
What is a position description?
A statement of the major duties, responsibilities, and supervisory relationships of a job.
100
What is Social Security?
This benefit starting with "S" that is required in the USA.
100
What is the Form I-9?
This form indicates the right for an employee to work in the United States and is required for all employees.
100
What is Title VII?
This law laid the foundation for employee protection against discrimination and harassment.
200
What is Fair Labor Standards Act?
The meaning of HR acronym "FLSA".
200
What is a job analysis?
A document that examines the connection between tasks and competencies.
200
What is the Family Medical Leave Act?
This leave provides employees with up to 12 weeks of unpaid job protected leave when certain qualifying events are met.
200
What is the dress code policy?
This policy outlines the acceptable clothing, that an employee may wear to the workplace.
200
What is LinkedIn?
The social media site most frequently used for recruitment.
300
What is the Americans with Disabilities Act?
The meaning of HR acronym "ADA".
300
What is recruiting?
Forming a pool of qualified applicants from which to select a new employee.
300
What is overtime pay?
Federal law mandates that non-exempt workers receive this type of payment for all hours worked over 40 hours in a single work week.
300
What is eOPF?
A system that stores an employee's benefit election forms, beneficiary forms and federal history records.
300
What is $7.25/hour?
The Federal minimum wage.
400
What is Affordable Care Act?
The meaning of HR acronym "ACA".
400
What is the Background Check or the Drug Test?
This is one of 2 requirements that should be completed by a candidate prior to them starting, but after an offer is made.
400
What is 6 hours?
This is the bi-weekly accrual annual rate for employees that have more than 3 years of service but less than 15 years of service.
400
What is the Federal Fiscal Year?
October 1 to September 30.
400
What is Tuesday?
The day HR Professionals believe is the most productive of the week.
500
What is the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission?
The meaning of HR acronym "EEOC".
500
What is an interdisciplinary position?
A position involving duties and responsibilities closely related to more than one professional or scientific occupation.
500
What is a Qualifying Life Event?
The only time an employee can make changes to their benefits, outside of Open Season and New Hires, would be if they experience this.
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What is the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)?
The codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the departments and agencies of the Federal Government.
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What is remote work?
The practice of employees doing their jobs from a location other than the office owned by the government.




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