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define objective: that which sets the parameters of a pursuit, purpose, or mission
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define OCF: Operating Cash Flow a business management acronym
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define occupancy: to take possession of property and hold it
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define occupancy level: x
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define occupation: a field of endeavor as a vocation or regular source of livelihood
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define office worker: x
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define OIS: Online Information Service (link is to definition of information online)
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define OJT: on the job training
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define onestop: a grouping of various functions to be performed all in one place
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define online: wire or electronic communications connection; on the Web
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define online document: a piece of work made available in a language of the Web
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define on the job: working, at work doing that for which one is employed
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define open access: a share network operated free and open
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define open economic development project: a share network of online resources
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define open shop: x
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define operations: operational
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define operating unit:
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define operative: x
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define operative word: x
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define organization: x
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define organizational development: x
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define organized labor: page up to labor union
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define out commuting: x
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define out migration: x
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define out source: x
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define overtime: x
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occupation:

... a work or business activity defined by the job that is done; a person's education, training, skills, and experience as defined in transition from project to project, job to job, or employer to employer while staying within the limits of the same type of work.
office worker

... a person who works in an office. People who work in offices or usually clerical, professional or administrative people. The phrase, working out of an office, may refer to people assigned locations, such as sales representatives, but spend there time traveling and calling on customers or providing services. Back office workers don't generally see visitors; however, those who deal with customers or the public via telecommunications may be there. A front office is generally an area where customers or visitors are received.
OJT:

... On-the-Job-Training; working and training at the same time; training conducted in the workplace while the employee is actually doing the job and/or getting paid for it; a metaphor for the practical experience that, for example, the entrepreneur gains when directly involved in enterprise developmentdashsee the business section of the .network library.
onestop:

... a comprehensive range of services available at one location, as in one-stop business services; a comprehensive range of products available at one location.
define open economic development directory project:

... contact_d (directory => online edp)
dn034 (CLICK HERE for relocated information.)
locateum o/online_information / p/project / o/online / p_index / rr0405 / assd
open shop:

... A workplace where employees are free and unencumbered in doing their jobs without regard for whether they belong to a union or not. In an open shop union and non-union employees are free to work in direct contact with one another under the protection of right-to-work laws.
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define organization ... people in a group purposefully operatingdashsee operative

... an enterprise, venture, or other undertaking made up of various parts working together with a plan for achieving somethingdashsee development organization.
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define organizational development ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organization_development

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organized labor:

... the membership in labor unions taken as a wholedashsee union.
out-commuting:

... the occurrence of workers traveling from their communities of residence to job locations elsewhere. Out-commuters should be identified as a part of the labor-force in their communities. Pay, benefits and work environments are examples of influences on how much time commuters are willing to take travel or how far they are willing to go outside of the laborforce area in which they reside.
out-migration:

... people leaving their areas of residence without intention of returning. Out-migrants are subtracted from the labor forces of the areas they leave and are added to the labor forces in the areas where they reestablish themselves.
outsourcing:

... to transfer work from employees to non-employees or contract employees. Those who perform work on a contractual basis may or may not receive benefits and may or may not be deemed to be employees.
overtime:

... time on the job beyond that which is mutually agreed to as normal. Employers define the amount of time that employees are expected to be on the job during a normal work period.  Employees expect to be paid, usually a premium, if their normal worktime is extended. Employers have policies regarding overtime which address how and when to hire part-time workers or to outsource.

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