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External Benefit

The benefit of a transaction to parties who do not directly participate in it. Externality can be either positive or negative. For example, a merger can lead to higher share prices and bonuses for employees, benefiting shareholders and employees at the two companies merging. This can create wealth and positively impact a community. A transaction may have both external benefits and external costs: a transaction may result in a factory opening in one city and one closing in another. An external benefit is also called positive externality. See also: Externality.
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Job Talks is a work-related media production and research company that aims to align the individual's internal emotions, personality and values with the external benefits of being in the right kind of work.
The current government courageously decided to go ahead with it fin keeping with the internal and external benefits of the country."
But even if you already have good foundational habits, there are likely some changes you can make that will have both internal and external benefits. This is thanks to the links that really do exist between these systems and the skin.
These findings highlight that accounting for the dynamic interactions between the three renewable sources is necessary for assessing the proper external benefits and value of intermittent renewables.
Asteelflash sees a future in such advanced engineering projects, both for internal and external benefits. It performs tool and fixture design for ramped products and component rationalization.
While there is extensive literature on such external costs [4-8] which are nowadays taken into account in some transportation planning processes, less attention is devoted to external benefits that are hardly ever explicitly considered in economic and social analyses of transport investments.
The emergence of IR as the dominant form of corporate reporting in South Africa has produced a significant number of internal and external benefits for the companies that have adopted it.
Italy and other "Club Med" countries can expect both domestic and external benefits from Macron's election.
Similarly and symmetrically, social benefits are the sum of private benefits to individuals and of any external benefits generated for third parties.
When certain products and services are produced or consumed, some indirect damage (external costs) or benefits (external benefits) may be caused on others.
This particular issue focuses on how EAPs can collaborate with other departments as well as external benefits providers to help employees get back to work sooner and more effectively after being out on a health-related disability insurance claim.
"External benefits are also evident, as businesses build their corporate and brand reputations by demonstrating their efficiencies to customers and shareholders alike."

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