Forget Websters — There Is No Dictionary Definition for Earnback

massive bookBefore Rome burned, it was probably first besieged by acronyms. Indeed, for all I know, confusion brought on by the arcane language of specialist bureaucrats may have set the initial blaze.

But thanks to the Staffing Industry Analysts Lexicon of staffing and contingent management terminology, history need not repeat itself. Our staff has composed definitions, clear and precise, for nearly 400 terms of interest.

Do you know what earnback is? Microsoft doesn’t, as the Word program in which I am writing this indicates it to be an error. Do you know the IRS Three Factor Test? Are you sure? How about structured tiers?

You can learn all this and more by visiting our new lexicon site here.  Enjoy.

Jon Osborne

Jon Osborne
Jon Osborne is VP, Strategic Research at Staffing Industry Analysts. He can be reached at josborne (at) staffingindustry (dot) com

Jon Osborne
Jon Osborne is VP, Strategic Research at Staffing Industry Analysts. He can be reached at josborne (at) staffingindustry (dot) com

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