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A person who sets up and runs a business on their own. It is important to note, while all solopreneurs are entrepreneurs, all entrepreneurs are not solopreneurs.
A straw-man (or straw-dog) proposal is a brainstormed simple draft proposal intended to generate discussion of its disadvantages and to provoke the generation of new and better proposals.
Having performed a task or tasks. See working.
Amount allocated by a company to cover all costs related to an injury to an employee.
With a high degree of monopolistic power but enough competition so consumer’s are protected from being monopolized abuse.
Any device that can assist a worker to learn a task and to perform it better and more efficiently.
Printed material with a text containing problems and exercises to reinforce and clarify the text. A student’s book containing instruction and exercises relating to a particular subject. A single file containing several different types of related information as separate worksheets.
Paid time starting when temp workers are used a t site and stops when they have finished.
Type of industrial where workers only work as they need to without going on strike.
Hours worked by a full time person each year and commonly 52 weeks (+ 1 day) at 40 hours each week.
1. Contracts. Project’s scope encompassing everything needed to finish the project. 2. Intellectual property. Expressing the human mind in language, images, sounds, signs, symbols and media.