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ROEReturn On Equity
ROERegional Office of Education
ROEReport on the Environment (various organizations)
ROERules Of Engagement
ROERetention of Employment
ROERecord of Employment
ROEReturn on Experience (marketing)
ROERunning on Empty
ROEReached on Error (baseball)
ROERoots of Empathy (Canada)
ROERoyal Observatory, Edinburgh (Scotland,UK)
ROERest of Europe
ROERate of Exchange
ROERdma over Gigabit Ethernet
ROERight of Entry
ROERubies of Eventide (game)
ROERegional Office for Europe (UNEP)
ROERoot of Evil
ROERessurection of Evil (gaming, Doom3 Expansion Pack)
ROERecord of Earnings (Canadian pension plan)
ROEReturn on Expectation
ROERosemary Oleoresin Extract
ROERate of Expenditure
ROERaces of Eberron (roleplaying games, Dungeons & Dragons)
ROERotating-frame Overhauser Enhancement (NMR spectroscopy)
ROERelacao de Ondas Estacionarias
ROERotating Frame Overhauser Effect (spectroscopy)
ROEReport of Excess (GSA)
ROERound One End
ROEReportable Order Event (NASD)
ROERoute of Egress
ROERemote Operating Equipment
ROEReflector Orbital Experiment
ROERapid Oxidation Event
ROERoster Of Exception
ROERight Otitis Externa
ROEReseau Objectif Entreprise
ROEReceive Overrun Error Flag
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Mr Britnell said the Retention of Employment scheme represented a compromise.
The major focus of the programs administered by the Rehabilitation Services Administration is preparation for placement in and retention of employment for people with disabilities.
Monitoring an individual's performance, providing corrective actions, and maintaining contact with the employer can assist in the successful retention of employment. The goals are to achieve an appropriate balance between the physical and cognitive demands of a job and the ability of the individual to effectively meet these demands, often with the assistance of accommodations and environmental modifications.
Also, natural support models may still require formal supports from employers and community agencies to assure retention of employment and community integration.