Rich rewards but caution should be welcomed
- Dirty Laundry. Havens, B. C. // Library Journal;5/15/2013, Vol. 138 Issue 9, p16
The author comments that first impressions of an institution and its personnel often is reliable during job interviews, suggesting that organizations that aren't welcoming and user-friendly during the interview process should be viewed with caution, and states colleges worth working for will...
- A taste of island flavour. // International Cruise & Ferry Review;Spring/Summer2016, Issue 48, p194
The article reports that Port Charlottetown in Prince edward island has created a welcoming environment for visitors and is getting the rewards of tourists' increasing preference for local produce. The land is rich, producing fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy products. Port Charlottetown...
- GARDENING with Nigel Colborn. // Daily Mail;2/16/2013, p89
Join me in a pruning session and reap the rich rewards
- Long wait reaps rich reward: [...]. // Daily Mail;10/ 6/2014, p6
Long wait reaps rich reward: Page 63
- Rich Rewards (Book). Tuck, Sherrie // Library Journal;8/1/1980, Vol. 105 Issue 14, p1656
Reviews the book 'Rich Rewards,' by Alice Adams.
- Your emails. // Employee Benefits;Jul2012, p21
The article reports that the journal welcome views on reward issues faced by employers.
- A thousand new dentists. // British Dental Journal;11/26/2005, Vol. 199 Issue 10, p629
This article reports on the impending arrival of one thousand new dentists at Great Britain's National Health Service. The British Dental Association welcomed the new dental personnel but cautioned that the government should take urgent steps to keep existing dentists within the agency.
- Why Lenders Should Embrace Alternative Credit Scores. Ghosh, Adi; Sharma, Harsh // Nationalmortgagenews.com;12/16/2016, p1
While depository mortgage lenders should exercise some caution before welcoming trended data and alternative credit scoring into their process, they must become inclusive or face losing market share to newer industry players like SoFi.
- Payment by Results in Development Aid: All That Glitters Is Not Gold. Clist, Paul // World Bank Research Observer;Aug2016, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p290
Payment by Results (PbR), where aid is disbursed conditional upon progress against a pre-agreed measure, is becoming increasingly important for various donors. There are great hopes that this innovative instrument will focus attention on ultimate outcomes and lead to greater aid effectiveness by...
- EU democracy is dead and the euro is dying. // Daily Mail;5/18/2012, p39
IN 1960, the Treaty of Rome promised rich rewards for becoming Europeans.