ÖH

(redirected from Out-of-House)
AcronymDefinition
ÖHÖsterreichische Hochschülerschaft (Austrian Student's Union)
ÖHÖver Havet (Swedish: Over the Sea)
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When you're thinking about moving therapy in- or out-of-house, the main variables to consider include therapy staffing, cost, profit, management, and team cohesiveness.
What's more, TV honchos have broken Galicia's TV entente cordiale, which virtually guaranteed big media groups and leading TV producers out-of-house commissions.
A major point of failure for the out-of-house training session is the absence of one of pedagogy's basic tools--repetition for reinforcement.
Halssen & Lyon's research suggests that out-of-house tea consumption represents nearly 50% of the market.
The source added: "MI5 don't have time for recruiting so it's done out-of-house.
But if you feel like pushing the boat out, you can hire a private room and enjoy a bespoke meal cooked by an out-of-house catering company.
We have solutions to work with customers in both the in-house and out-of-house environment.
We started to think, Maybe we need dedicated telemarketers who can be really experienced with our product to answer our phones, and that led us to the concept of expanding upon out-of-house dedicated telemarketing.
But a combination of business model and (for two decades) regulation kept most entertainment production out-of-house at the three older networks.
Earlier this fall, the city began exploring the possibility of going out-of-house for custodians by inviting contract proposals from "qualified rehabilitation centers" - contractors whose for-hire employees include at least a third with disabilities.
Going to museums is the greatest out-of-house activity in the world," Wacker explains.
French services group Vivendi Environnement and German group B Braun (medical equipment) said they have signed an agreement on May 29, to create a joint company, Sterience, specialising in out-of-house sterilisation services for health care establishments.