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Adverse Action

The denial of an application for credit because of insufficient credit history or negative information on one's credit report. For example, one may be denied a loan to buy a house because of a recent bankruptcy. This denial is called an adverse action.
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The employees appealed these adverse actions to the MSPB.
It aims at identifying the underlying reasons that stakeholders take adverse actions against MNEs and what the actions are, as well as the corresponding strategies and tactics to prevent and control political risk.
Sham peer review is an adverse action taken in bad faith by a professional review body for some purpose other than the furtherance of quality health care, and that is disguised to look like legitimate peer review.
Congress should move more cautiously in connection with labor management relations and adverse actions and appeals reforms.
According to the letter, apartment professionals are obliged under the FCRA to make certain disclosures when they take adverse actions based on credit reports or other types of consumer reports (such as reports from resident screening organizations).
In defining what constitutes adverse actions by employers, the EEOC included negative job references.
43] From a timing standpoint, it almost goes with out saying that adverse actions which predate a protected activity cannot be causally related.
Under the federal law passed last year, the secretary of health and human services was supposed to establish ``a national health care fraud and abuse data collection program for the reporting of final adverse actions against health care providers, suppliers or practitioners.
But the officials also admitted that the sensitivity of this information would pose more risks than would a database of final adverse actions.
Professional societies must report adverse actions regarding members.
Bozeman was targeted for multiple adverse actions in violation of his constitutional rights of free association and free speech.
Adverse actions and performance-based actions; process, law and cases, guidance, and pitfalls.