Free into Wagon

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Free into Wagon

In transportation, an agreement between the charterer (the party that hires a vessel) and a train's operator in which the charterer is responsible for the expense of loading and unloading cargo from the vessel. That is, under the agreement, loading cargo is free from the purview of the train's operator.
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WIF and FIW outcomes have been reviewed by Amstad, Meier, Fasel, Elfering and Semmer (2011) as domain-specific effects.
However, in most research in the FIW field, the focus has been on attitudinal outcomes rather than behavioral and performance outcomes.
The relationship between boundary flexibility and burnout would be mediated by WIF and FIW through positive associations between flexibility and WFC dimensions.
Hypothesis 1: Benefit availability is positively related to (i) job satisfaction, and negatively related to (ii) FIW and (iii) WIF.
For WIF conflict the predictor is work variable and for FIW conflict the predictor is family variable (Kinnunen and Mauno 1998).
Studies have demonstrated that women experience WIF more frequently than do men, whereas no differences have been reported in the experience of FIW for men or women (e.
The direct predictors of WIF and FIW conflicts (job stressors, family stressors, job involvement, and family involvement), emotional support from family, instrumental support from family, the direct predictors of job distress and family distress can be found in the figure.
Based on the foregoing research, it would be expected that poorer physical and mental health would be associated with higher levels of WIF and FIW, while better levels of physical and mental health would be related to increased W-FS (synergy) for the self-employed.
The Corpus Stylistics writing presentation scale [N] NW NRWA IW FIW DW (including FDW)
Beyond helping the Baptist group improve its community center, FIW has provided public dollars to LifeChoice Pregnancy Center, whose Web site describes the group as "an outreach ministry of Jesus Christ.
According to recent studies (Aryee, Fields, & Luk, 1999a; Carlson, Kacmar, & Williams, 2000), work-family conflict is multidimensional, with effects from the work domain influencing WIF conflict and effects from the family domain influencing FIW conflict.