List of Terms – M

Use of the glossary is subgected to these terms


The term “manpower” refers to all workers employed by a specific employer. In this context, different terminology is used regarding workers in various organizations: personnel, human resources, human capital. Use of a particular term sometimes indicates how the organization views its employees and points to the various developments that took place in the field over the years.




After CV indexing, the employee recruitment solution performs the process of matching to determine the degree to which the applicant matches the job requirements based on the number of common expressions in the CV and job requirements, and their relative weight.


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Multi Source Feedback

In human resources, multi source feedback also known as 360-degree feedback, multi-rater feedback, or multi source assessment, is feedback about the performance of an employee that comes from members of an employee’s immediate work circle. In most cases, 360 degree feedback will include self-evaluation and direct feedback from an employee’s subordinates, peers, supervisor(s) and even feedback from external sources, such as customers and suppliers.
It may be contrasted with “traditional performance appraisal” where the employees are most often reviewed only by their managers, which is sometimes considered as a less objective process.


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