List of Terms – T

Talent Development

Talent development process is becoming more popular as companies are moving from the traditional training and development processes. 
Talent development is reserved for the top management/talent pool and includes processes such as training, career development, career management, and training and development. Talent development refers to an organization’s ability to align strategic training and career opportunities for employees.


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Tardiness is an arrival of the employee to the workplace later than the starting working hour according to the fixed work time or flexible work time arrangement/agreement.
In such cases, the employer may compensate for the delay by withholding from the employee’s wages. Sometimes the employer may allow a short delay (of up to 10 minutes), which does not result in reduced wages.
In the Time and Attendance system, tardiness is considered to be a type of absence because of its effect on the employee’s entitlement to the payment of wages.


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Temporary manpower

Temporary manpower refers to all temporary employees available to the employer, who are employed for a short time to substitute for another employee in a position or to carry out a project.



Temporary worker

Worker employed for a short time as a substitute or as part of a limited project. His working model can be that of a salaried employee with a short-term agreement or some other model that does not create an employer-employee relationship.



Termination of employment

Termination of employment refers to the termination of employer-employee relations in various circumstances: resignation, dismissal, retirement, expiration of time-limited employment contracts, the bankruptcy of the employer / liquidation of the corporation, or force majeure circumstances.



Time and Attendance Software

Time and attendance software is a workforce management solution that seeks to automate, regulate and centralize the process of workforce management. Time and attendance systems provide core functionality and accurate monitoring of workforce management solutions by giving the ability to better monitor and control working hours, leaves and absences, absence planning and employee pay rules. 


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Time clock

The time clock is a device used to record the time of entry and exit of the employee at the place of work, and serves to register his attendance.
One common means for registering attendance is by means of the electronic clock operated by a magnetic badge.
Other common methods used also for security needs are various means of access control and biometric clocks that allow identification of the employee.
Field workers or employees who work in distributed sites can report on the start / finish of their work, as well as the time they devoted to various tasks, by phone (landline or mobile)/Smartphone or by means of online attendance reporting (employee self service).
The collected working hours of the employee are transferred to the Attendance System, which analyzes them in accordance with the employment agreement of each employee, or in accordance with the collective agreements and labor laws, and prepares the data for payroll calculation.



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