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Beginning right now. Effective immediately, employees will no longer be able to take company computers home without the written permission of a supervisor.
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Friedrich Seitz, President, European Site & Verbund Management, Ludwigshafen, will retire effective December 31, 2015.
* Washington, D.C: $10.50 effective July 1, 2015; $11.50 effective July 1, 2016
The 2013 Global Effie Effectiveness index also found WPP to be the most effective holding company, and JWT as the most effective agency network in the MENA region.
The highly effective risk manager understands the importance of their role to the organization and, as a result, must consider the organization's objectives, people, sustainability plans and growth strategy when making decisions.
Ashby of Tupelo, Miss., admonished by the AICPA and the Tennessee Society of CPAs, effective May 22, 2008.
Subject to approval from the US Department of Transportation (DOT) the airline will also offer flights to Cape Town, South Africa, via Dakar, effective 3 June.
* A corporation generally must comply with the terms and conditions for the first effective year, even if it is a short period.
Client characteristics, type and cause of the client's behavior problem, situation, effective treatments, and relevant people involved varied across cases.
The revised effective date is necessary to permit taxpayers to make the necessary changes to their data collection systems and otherwise to ensure compliance with the new rules.
This is often not very cost effective; in fact, it can be prohibitively expensive.
Masking of the nontest ear is achieved by using "effective masking" (i.e., 40 dB greater than the nontest-ear threshold) and/or by reaching a plateau of 15 dB (in 5-dB increments), during which the test ear hears the pure tone at the same level.
Note: This column revisits a series that we began last year on effective team building.
The standard drug ondansetron, 4 mg of which were administered by IV to a third of the 75 women, was effective at reducing post-operative nausea--but not as effective as electro-acupoint stimulation (beginning 30 minutes before anesthesia).
As physicians we are aware of the risks attendant with "treating the most likely causes" rather than establishing an accurate diagnosis and initiating effective therapy.