Understand when, where, why and how retention
is breaking down.
As an alternative to schedule-based retention
, the uniform rule approach is straightforward.
A common misuse of retention
occurs where some works are outstanding at completion or handover of the project - the employer using this as justification to avoid releasing half of the retention
Lacking a better tool, retention
administrators who are looking to target at-risk students for their programmatic interventions might therefore consider high school class rank.
6 percent retention
rate in 2004, which is an improvement of about a percentage point over the first three years of the decade (and the same rate as in 2003).
The lower air content produces less foam, fewer deposits, improved formation, higher chemical retention
, faster drainage, and better sheet formation.
An important part of an overall document retention
policy is compliance with IRS requirements.
Managing e-mail as a business process involves the three major areas of retention
, disposition and accessibility.
In addition, The Sarbanes-OxleyAct of 2002 and regulations promulgated thereunder established record retention
requirements for accounting firms that audited publicly traded companies.
Roderick's message in the CCSR press release accompanying the report itself was somewhat more nuanced: "The bottom line is that, without substantial supports, neither social promotion nor retention
will improve low-performing students.
File systems, email systems and many document management systems, which contain electronic records, were never designed with records retention
If the tail rotor blades being removed are to be installed in the same gear box, and the color bands have worn off, use a grease pencil and put index marks on blades, retention
plates, pitch control rods, and pitch beam so they are reinstalled in the same clockwise and inboard/outboard positions to minimize rebalancing of the tail rotor.