Employment Glossary Terms Starting With F
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Fair wage refers to wage levels and company practices regarding wages that provide a living wage for workers.
Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2013
Information on the Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2013 included what's included and how much minimum wage would increase if the legislation is passed.
Fair Pay Act
The Fair Pay Act (Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009) is a law signed by Congress on Jan 29, 2009 that restored worker protections against pay discrimination.
Family and Medical Leave Act
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) can be of assistance if you need to take time off from work because of family responsibilities. The first step is to ask your employer what Family and Medical Leave Act benefits are provided to employees.
Federal Minimum Wage
Information on the federal minimum wage include minimum wage rates and how much employees must be paid.
A final interview is the last interview you will have before finding out whether or not you will get a job offer. http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interviewattire/a/interviewdress.htm
A first interview is typically the first step in the hiring process. A first interview is conducted to screen applicants to determine if they are qualified for the job for which the company is hiring.
The amount you receive in your first paycheck depends on deductions for federal, state, and local taxes. When you receive your first paycheck depends on the timing of the company's payroll.
Flexible Benefit Plans
More and more employers are offering flexible benefit plans. When they are available, the employer will contribute a certain amount of money toward your benefits. You can then choose which benefits you want based upon your and your family's needs.
A font is the size and style of the type used in letters and email correspondence. When writing cover letters, resumes, business letters, and email messages traditional fonts like Arial, Verdana, and Times New Roman are typically used. The size of the font should be 10 - 12 points so it easy to read.
Flexible schedules allow employees to vary their arrival and departure times from work.
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
A flexible spending account (FSA) is a financial account set up by an employer.
Fresher is a term used in India to describe jobs that do not require experience. Employers usually hire recent college graduates for fresher jobs. Training is typically provided by the company.
Frictional unemployment is the period in which a worker is searching for a job, or transitioning from one job to another.
Following Spouse Unemployment Benefits
Following spouse unemployment benefits are unemployment benefits provided to an individual, if eligible, who relocates because of a spouse's new job.
A fourth interview may be conducted by a company to help determine which candidate will be offered the job.
Furlough From Work
A furlough is mandatory time off from work without pay (or with partial pay).
A functional resume focuses on your skills and experience, rather than on your chronological work history.
Employers are not required by law to offer time off from work or paid leave to an employee who has a death in their family or who is attending a funeral.