FWAS

AcronymDefinition
FWASFort Worth after School (Fort Worth, TX)
FWASFort Worth Astronomical Society (Texas)
FWASFellow Washington Academy of Sciences (Washington, DC)
FWASFarm Woodlot Association of Saskatchewan (Spiritwood, Saskatchewan, Canada)
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Second, FWAs are often adopted only for chosen groups of employees and only among specific groups of industries that look to attract and retain workers with highly specialized skills [43].
A 1975 national policy directed to control the population led the "family planning" wing of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) to the recruitment of thousands of fulltime female FWAs. Since then, the integration of maternal and child healthcare for family planning has been specified in the national health policies.
O'Malley notes that FWAs are temporary and that her experiences demonstrate that, if firms can retain valuable professionals during times when they need FWAs, those professionals can go on to have long careers with the practice.
inclined to use flexible work arrangements (FWAs), perhaps as a way to
At the conclusion of the study conducted with 36 women ages 39-63 with mild-to-moderate facial wrinkles, 80% of subjects experienced at least one-grade improvement on the Fitzpatrick Wrinkle Assessment Scale (FWAS) (P<0.0001); 97% experienced at least one grade of improvement compared to their baseline photos according to the investigator's Global Improvement Aesthetic Scale (GIAS) (P<0.0001); and 84% had at least a grade of improvement on their self-perception of GAIS (P<0.0001).
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-October 4, 2010--Finnish Kemira wraps up sale of FWAs operations to Blankophor(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
"Having at least a one-grade improvement on both FWAS and GIAS is a relevant indicator that our oxygen-based cosmetic can make a noticeable difference in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles."
One solution is the use of Flexible Work Arrangements (FWAs)--which can include measures such as telecommuting, work-sharing, or flextime, as an innovative strategy that recognizes the changes that are impacting family work/life balance.
The CEA's report on FWAs focused on changes in the workforce in recent years, the current state of FWAs, and the economic benefits of FWAs.
* Does their use of flexible work arrangements (FWAs) indicate a lack of commitment to work?
78 FWAs were imparted three week pre-service training while two and four week refresher courses were organised for 636 para-medics.
"For example, a regional market demand change may initially increase wet end chemical costs from higher fluorescent whitening agents (FWAs).