P4P

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AcronymDefinition
P4PPay for Performance (Medicare)
P4PPartnership for Peace
P4PPay for Performance
P4PPay for Production
P4PPassion for Planting (ministry)
P4PPedals for Progress (High Bridge, NJ)
P4PProactive Network Provider Participation for P2P
P4PPlayers 4 Players (table football association)
P4PPartnership for Progression (UK)
P4PPhotoshop for Photographers
P4PPlatform for Progress
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#HEINZ factory workers in Wigan went on strike on Wednesday on a row over pay for production of beans.
Established in 1990, Shared Interest makes loans to fair trade producer groups in developing countries to allow them to buy raw materials and pay for production before they sell their goods for export.
When we adopted the publication, we did so on the condition that within two to four years, its subscription and advertising revenue would be sufficient to pay for production expenses.
Producers must pay for production time and shows are selected on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Pay for production, and quality (or customer service.
Liquids output slumped to just 20,000 bpd late last year from around 60,000 bpd earlier in 1998 after the financial crisis in Russia, where the liquids were sold, left customers unable to pay for production. Officials in the consortium have declined to comment on the latest status of gas condensate production.
Indeed, AATC raised the first $100,000 for the production - most notably from the Japanese-American redress-and-reparation movement's Civil Liberties Public Education Fund - although the two Reps will pay for production costs.
Brent Boning, Carnegie-Mellon University: Casey Ichniowski, NBER and Columbia University; and Kathryn Shaw, NBER and Carnegie-Mellon University, "Incentive Pay for Production Workers: An Empirical Analysis"
On the other hand, with more than two-thirds of builders reporting no improvement in the credit crunch as of last July, Decker may be underestimating how much some builders are willing to pay for production credit.
They present a basic argument that pay for production infers that the worker, in increasing output, must contribute some measure of efficiency.
Donations at this stage will be used purely to pay for production costs of the record.