with advance notice

with advance notice

 and on advance notice
with some kind of notification or indication that something is going to happen or is expected before it actually happens. We are happy to provide special meals for anyone with advance notice.
See also: advance, notice
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The 39-year-old's warning about how he may potentially play is understood to have been made to provide bookmakers with advance notice about his prospects.
In order to qualify for rights under USERRA, reservists must generally provide their employers with advance notice prior to departure for military duty, and we found that the amount of advance notice provided to employers varies.
In Guatemala costs associated with advance notice requirements, severance payments and other penalties that come with firing a worker can equal 170 times the value of that worker's weekly wages, the highest in Latin America, according to the World Bank.
With advance notice some will even use your recipes.
The first column reports statistics for the economy without interventions (which have been normalized at 100), and the second column reports statistics for the economy with advance notice requirements.
Table 3 shows that agents in the steady state with advance notice require a 0.86 percent permanent increase in consumption in order to be indifferent with being at the laissez faire equilibrium.
However, when you quit with advance notice, as you did, your final paycheck is due on your last day of work.
This information allows calculation of customer cost savings associated with advance notice together with the change in utility profit.
Since both of these effects accompany advance notice, there is some question as to whether overall welfare will increase with advance notice. The results show that day-ahead notice is likely to be beneficial, as compared to RTP, but that longer periods of advance notice would need to be accompanied by relatively substantial increases in substitution elasticities in order to produce welfare gains.
Table 3 combines the effects of increasing substitution elasticity ([[sigma].sub.a]) and increasing forecast error ([epsilon]), both of which increase with advance notice. The model captures customer substitution behavior in aggregate.
Using data from the Current Population Survey, this study analyzes the compliance with advance notice law.
This means that large employers are actually less likely than small employers to provide workers with advance notice. Speculation suggests that while large employers have necessary financial resources to provide advance notice, however, the same advantages allow them to alter their layoff practices to circumscribe the coverage of mandated notice requirements.
Although the findings from this study suggested that the compliance with advance notice law has been limited, there is still much to learn about the impact of advance notice law for displaced workers.
"With advance notice, we can arrange for native-language reception and transportation upon arrival at and departure from Boston's Logan Airport, as well as transportation to the first medical appointment," says Dr.