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- Adoption of two ED glass elements provides effective compensation for axial chromatic aberration
The litmus test of a board taking on this new oversight is delivering an effective compensation plan to support it.
Despite digital systems we are a long way from having an effective compensation claim system for all.
It provides more effective compensation than a line choke, significantly reducing total harmonic distortion (THD).
Sara has performed well in evaluating effective compensation programmes, analysing competitive compensation practices, recommending appropriate course corrections to senior management, and proposing development and training programmes.
The group added that affected foreign investors, under the BIT, could claim for prompt, adequate and effective compensation for their capital investments, liabilities, other investments and advances stemming from the supposed arbitrary cancellation of the MPSAs.
(8) Investment risks are heightened in FDI because national governments may choose to expropriate a business (9) by nationalizing or otherwise "taking [the] privately owned property." (10) Before World War II, customary international law dictated that governments pay investors "prompt, adequate, and effective compensation" upon expropriation.
The TRS 2016 findings facilitate companies with a comprehensive understanding of compensation and rewards in order to design more aligned and effective compensation packages, thereby favourably impact employee retention and attract better talent.
We work with boards of directors and management teams to develop effective compensation programs, aligned with strong corporate governance standards.
Employees should not be left to wonder, "How does the company make decisions that impact my career, such as how much to pay me or whether to promote me?" Using technology to revamp PM methods to focus more on employee development without consideration as to how these changes impact the company's ability to make effective compensation and staffing decisions is a critical error.
Egypt is bound by international law to pay just and effective compensation for this expropriation and that is what Al Jazeera seeks by way of this claim," said Doley.
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