The benefits to companies of adopting flextime, the report says, "can outweigh the costs by reducing absenteeism, lowering turnover, improving the health of workers, and increasing productivity ."
But they insist this does not represent a lowering of ambition for the talks, and say a political deal would still be a major achievement.
It seems like the producers really want a 15 -year-old to go far to justify lowering the age limit, though, and I think they think they’ve found it in Thia.
Dr. Alderman says that eating less salt results in lower blood pressure. But he says studies have not clearly shown that lowering salt means fewer heart attacks or strokes.
Try lowering the amount to $125, to get the order approved this time.
Southwest Airlines has a policy in place requiring passengers whose size prevents lowering of the armrest between the seats to purchase a second ticket.
The central idea behind a Space Elevator involves lowering a cable -- perhaps constructed from asteroid material -- from geostationary Earth orbit to the surface of the Earth.
Conclusion: The water-soluble polysaccharide of corn (WSPC) promote insulin secretion through rehabilitation auto- immune injury, a significant role in lowering blood glucose.
It seems that Microsoft wants to attract more customers by lowering the entrance barrier so they can move their data onto Azure with less costs.
Instead of lowering your head and copping to it like a man, you pick up the journal as one might hold a baby ’s beshatted diaper, as one might pinch a recently be - nutted condom.