Habitual buying behavior Pattern of consumer purchases done out of habit or inertia, and not as deliberate choices or after study of product information.
Hackman-Oldham job-enrichment model Assessment of employee relations, guided by certain job characteristics that enhance personal satisfaction and work outcomes.
Halal Acceptable under Islamic law, especially in regard to injunctions against usury and applied to banking.
Halo effect In social psychology, the result of one dominant characteristic creating a favorable impression among associates. Compare HORN EFFECT.
Halsey, Frederick A. (1856–1935) Engineer and economist, father of the HALSEY-WEIR INCENTIVE SCHEME, by which incentives are introduced based on past production records. This was ...