payments would not be deductible as alimony if they created either a continuing payment liability or a substitute payment liability.
Although research indicates that women are as likely as men to report having a mentor, it seems probable that women may be more likely to develop alternative sources of career development support
because of factors such as structural segregation and greater perceived barriers to obtaining a mentor (Kram & Hall, 1996; Ragins, 1997; Ragins & Cotton, 1991).
In addition to low income levels, inconsistent child support
has also been tied to the poor relationship between separated parents (Demo & Ganong, 1994).
We've enhanced our infrastructure to support
a variety of products, technologies, and customers.
The first assignment involves developing a Job Site Training Strategy in which students select one of the areas of need (skill acquisition, production training, or behavioral support
strategy) and develop an individualized and detailed written intervention plan for a person with a disability.
groups for children (Wednesdays) and teens (Mondays) with behavior, learning or attention difficulties are available.
Regardless of the actual total, uncollected child support
is a problem.
Because isolation from peers, untested and unknown skills, and diminished supervisory support
are highly correlated with professional burnout and often result in staff turnover, these were of great concern in the newly evolving programs.
Apple is working with other vendors and publishers that wish to use the software and infrastructure framework provided by the Support
Professional Program to deliver their support
services and information.
Openwave will integrate NextNine's innovative technology into its Premier Support
and Proactive Service offerings.
In 1988, Nisbet and Hagner stated the importance of developing support
systems and training strategies that were unique to the consumer being served, incorporating not only traditional job coaching services if needed, but also assessing and developing supports
which may already be innate in the workplace.
Because it is widely accepted that social supports
networks can ameliorate the potentially harmful effects of environmental stress, strategies for linking individuals to existing supports
or for developing support
systems have been widely studied across community and work environments (Field & Yegge, 1982; House, 1981; Pearson 1990).