An organization structure in which units are divided on the basis of territory or geographical region.
A buyer (person or company) considered more favorable by a target firm than the takeover it is facing.
Psychologist and consultant Frederick Herzberg’s explanation of motivation that defines hygiene factors and motivator factors, and
The 1989 law that requires employers with 100 or more full-time employees to give affected employees 60 days’ written notice of a
Superchip circuitry, resulting from extremely compact transistors and circuits assembles on a single silicon chip; marked start of
The 1935 law that made collective bargain legal and required employers to bargain with the representatives of the employees; also
Retail stores with sizable inventories housed in large buildings and dealing in volume while providing limited service.
The receiving, storing, and shipping activities involved in the physical distribution of goods.
Transistor is a small switch that controls electrical current; characterized second-generation computers.