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in (one's) heyday

In, at, or during the period of one's greatest success, power, vigor, etc. In my heyday as a stock broker, I was making millions of dollars each year, but when the economy crashed, I lost nearly everything.
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Also, job responsibilities have been found to be related to employee commitment (Robinson, Perryman & Hayday, 2004).
A co-founder with Zenith Shah of development group Authentic City Partners, Sanchez, Shah, and Loryn Simonsen launched the Hayday Coffee shop in August 2018, on Tennessee Avenue.
In the same way, few studies suggested that employee engagement (EE) is a positive attitude of employee towards their organization and its value, objectives and working environment (Robinson, Perryman and Hayday, 2004).
And in our land of the pure, amidst the recently awakened, and the change-seekers deluge many of the parasites masquerading around as patriots of first order are having their hayday.
"We are very excited to advance our autoantibody into the clinic with Servier," said professor Adrian Hayday, co-founder of ImmunoQure.
"Yes, there is an increase in production of ink liquid toners," Hayday said.
Hayday, "The intraepithelial T cell response to NKG2D-ligands links lymphoid stress surveillance to atopy," Science, vol.
Hayday, "[gamma][delta] cells: a right time and a right place for a conserved third way of protection," Annual Review of Immunology, vol.
It is an area of interest for both academicians and practitioners (Robinson, Perryman & Hayday, 2004).
O'Sullivan, R., Keuthen, N., Hayday, C., Ricciardi, J., Buttolph, M., Jenike, M., & Baer, L.
I would also like to thank my supervisor, Matthew Hayday, and advisory committee member Susan Nance for their guidance, support, and invaluable assistance throughout.
Research on employee voice suggest that employees who believe to have the opportunity of raising voice effectively convey their suggestions/ concerns/opinions to the management and are more likely to portray a optimistic attitude and show high performance levels (Purcell, Kinnie, Hutchinson, Rayton and swart 2003; Robinson, Perryman and Hayday 2004).
As compared to the policy governance model applicable across Canadian public organizations in general (Pollanen, 2015), university governance also exhibits significant characteristics of the constituent-representative model with wide stakeholder representation on boards (Bradshaw, Hayday, & Armstrong, 2007), in particular the faculty model of board governance (Trakman, 2008), with extensive faculty representation.