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  1. Setting up facilities in a foreign country that replaces US manufacturing facilities to produce goods that will be sent back to the US of sale
  2. Association of European countries that joined together to eliminate trade barriers among themselves
  3. Flow that begins with the purchase of raw materials and ends in the sale of a finished product to an end user
  4. Formal establishment of business operations on foreign soils
  5. Compensation other than salaries, hourly wages, or financial incentives
  6. Process of integrating all the activities in the supply chain
  7. International organization that monitors trade policies and whose members work together to enforce rules of trade and resolve trade disputes
  8. All actions that an organization takes to attract, develop, and retain quality employees
  9. Condition where by one nation is able to produce a product at a lower opportunity cost compared to another nations
  10. Parties who are interested in the activities of a business because they're affected by them
  11. Extreme form of quota that bans the trade of certain goods to a country for economic or political reasons
  12. Process of developing a plan for satisfying an organization's human resource needs
  13. Internally generated drive to achieve a goal or follow a particular course of action
  14. Compensation paid for fulfilling the responsibilities of a position regardless of the number of hours required to do it
  15. Situation in which an individual much choose between the promotion of personal interests and interests of other
  16. Compensation paid to employees based on the number of hours worked
  17. Difference between the value of a nation's imports and its exports during a specified period
  18. Formal process in which a manager evaluates an employeee's work performance
  19. Union tactic of parading with signs outside a factory or other facility to publicize a strike
  20. Government payments given to certain industries to help offset some of their costs of production
  21. Process of identifying suitable candidates and encouraging them to apply for openings in the organization
  22. Practice of treating a person unfairly on the basis of a characteristic
  23. Incentive program that allows eligible employees to buy a specific number of shares of company stock at a set price on a specific date
  24. Compensation paid to employees based on the dollar amount of sales that they make
  25. Government-imposed restrictions on the quantity of a goof that can be imported over a period of time
  26. Agreement that allows a foreign company to sell a domestic company's products or use its intellectual property in exchange for royalty fees
  27. Individual who exposes illegal or unethical behavior in an organization
  28. Identification of the tasks, responsibilities, and skills of a job, as well as the knowledge and abilities needed to preform it
  29. Activities needed to get a product from where it was manufactured to the customer
  30. Cultures in which personal and work relationships are compartmentalized
  31. Theory of motivation that proposes that employees will work hard to earn rewards they value and consider obtainable
  32. Federal agency in charge of enforcing federal laws on employment discrimination
  33. Practice by which a company produces goods through an independent contractor in a foreign country
  34. Process of gathering information on candidates, evaluating their qualifications, and choosing the right one
  35. Alternative work arrangement that allows employees to designate starting and quitting times
  36. process of resolving a labor-contracted dispute by having a third party study the situation and arrive at a binding agreement
  37. Practice of eliminating jobs to cut costs
  38. Organized group of workers that bargains with employers to improve its members' pay, job security, and working conditions
  39. Practice of selling domestic products to foreign customers
  40. International trade agreement that encourages free trade by regulating and reducing tariffs and provides a forum for resolving trade disputes
  41. Value of one currency relative to another
  42. Document completed by a job applicant that provides factual information on the person's education and work background
  43. System for reducing inventories and costs by requiring suppliers to deliver material just in time to go into the production process
  44. Three Factors that customers consider in determining value of a product: quality, service, and price
  45. Detailed list of the qualifications needed to perform a job, including required skills, knowledge, and abilities
  46. Government policies that restrict free trade
  47. Intermediaries who buy goods from producers and sell them to consumers
  48. Application of ethical behavior in a business context
  49. Morally problematic situation
  50. Situation in which an individual makes a decision that unmistakably unethical
  51. Compensation paid to workers according to the quality og the product that they produce or sell
  52. Building used for the temporary storage of goods
  53. Agreement in which a domestic company gives a foreign company the right to use its brand and sell its products
  54. Location where products are received from multiple suppliers, stored temporarily, and then shipped to their final destinations
  55. Statement that defines the principles and guidelines that employees must follow in the course of all job-related activites
  56. Process by which management and union-represented workers settle differences
  57. Approach that an organization takes in balancing its responsibilities toward different stakeholders when making legal, economic, ethical, and social decisions
  58. Ability and willingness to distinguish right from wrong and when you're practicing one or the other
  59. Theory of motivation that holds that people are motivated by a hierarchical series of unmet needs
  60. Wholesaler or retailer who helps move products from their original source to the end user
  61. Work arrangement in which two people share one full-time position
  62. Job redesign strategy in which management enriched a job by adding tasks that increase both responsibility and opportunity for growth
  63. Groups of countries that have joined together to allow goods and services to flow without restrictions across their mutual borders
  64. Outline of the duties and responsibilities of a position
  65. All activities involved in getting the right quantity of a product to the right customer at the right time and at a reasonable cost.
  66. Nonunion workers who are willing to cross picket likes to replace strikers
  67. Permanent seperation of an employee from a company
  68. Condition where by a country is the only course of a product or is able to make more of a product using the same or fewer resources than other countries
  69. International organization set up to lend money to countries with troubled economies
  70. Management strategy used to increase job satisfaction by making jobs more interesting and challenging
  71. Cultures in which personal and family connections have an effect on most interactions, including those in business
  72. Alliances in which the partners fund a separate entity to manage their joint operations
  73. Agreement between two companies to pool resources in order to achieve business goal that benefit both partners
  74. Practice of buying or selling of securities using important information about the company before it's made public
  75. Union working complaints on contract-related matters
  76. Practice of buying products overseas and reselling them in one's own country
  77. Duty of management to safeguard a company'd assets and handle its funds in a trustworthy manner
  78. Work arrangement in which the employee regularly works from home
  79. Amount that a company earns on each unit sold
  80. Legal doctrine that allows an employer to fire an employee at will
  81. Incentive program that uses a predetermined formula to distribute a share of a company profits to edible employees
  82. Independent company owned by a foreign firm
  83. Employee training that occurs while the employee in on the job
  84. Government taxes on imports that raise the price of foreign goods and make them less competitive with domestic goods
  85. Practice by which personal and family connections have an effect on most interactions, including those in business
  86. Formal employee training that occurs in a location away from the office
  87. The principle of providing products today that don't compromise the ability of future generations to meet their needs
  88. System of shared beliefs, values, customs, and behaviors that govern the interactions of members of a society
  89. Temporary worker hired to supplement a company'e permanent workforce
  90. Agreement among the governments of the US, Canada, and Mexico to open their boarders to unrestricted trade
  91. Job redesign strategy that allows employees to rotate from one job to another on a systematic basis
  92. Method used by union members to voice displeasure with certain organizations by refusing to buy the company's products and encouraging others to follow suit
  93. Condition whereby a country sells more products that it buy, resulting in a favorable trade balance
  94. Difference between the total flow of money coming into a country and the total flow of money going out
  95. Intermediaries who buy goods from suppliers and sell then to businesses what will either resell or use them
  96. Management tactic of closing the workplace to union workers
  97. Large corporation that operates in many countries
  98. Activities involved in introducing new employees to the organization and their jobs
  99. Pracatice of using outside vendors to manufacture all or part of a company's actual products
  100. Formal meeting during which the employer learns more about an applicant and the applicant learns more about the prospective employer
  101. Practice of selling exported goods below the price that producers would normally charge homemakers
  102. Union tactic by which workers walk away from their jobs and refuse to return until labor management dispute has been resolved
  103. Theory of motivation that focuses on out perceptions of how fairly we're treated relative to others
  104. Approach used to resolve a labor-contract dispute by following the recommendation on an impartial third party
  105. Annual income given to employees based on company-wide performance
  106. Program designed to financially reward employees for good performance
  107. Theory that hols that motivation involves both motivation factors and hygiene factors
  108. Condition whereby a country buys more products than sells, resulting in a unfavorable trade balance
  109. Entire range of activities involved in delivering value to customers
  110. Use of trade controls to reduce foreign competition in order to protect domestic industries
  111. International financial institution that provides economic assistance to poor and developing countries
  112. Process of physically moving or carrying good during production, warehousing, and distribution
  113. Decision in which there is a right choice and a wrong choice