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Key Employee

A very important employee. A key employee may have contacts highly beneficial to the company, may work hard and generate more revenue than any other employee, or may have some other skill that would be difficult or impossible to replicate in another employee. Often, but not always, a key employee is a manager. A company may purchase key person insurance to protect itself against the possibility that an employee may unexpectedly die or become unable to work, which would deprive the company of his/her skills.
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Moreover, women including Ashwood, Jacques and Graham were Pan African activists who strived to defy being eclipsed by male leaders in ways that reflect roles of key women characters in Black Panther.
Yet, despite this, it seems that two key women will be noticeably absent from his lavish wedding reception, next weekend.
Learn why we cant fix climate change without fixing gender equality, and hear from some of the key women leading the charge for both, in the 2nd edition of the powerful book Why women will save the planet, released in time for International Womens Day (8 March).
WISE will work with key women leaders to offer leadership, mentoring, and development opportunities for women entrepreneurs and innovators in an effort to increase women's participation in growing India's economy.
This advancement has been highlighted by key women in our communities who are paving the way for others to not only dream big but to achieve those dreams."
When it comes to conditions attached to any future trade agreement, such as compliance with EU workplace rights, key women's rights are at stake too.
In 2017, she subsequently was recognized as the recipient of the Key Women Educator Award for Education Service presented by the Delta Kappa Gamma Society Internal Honor Society.
The idea is that the open comments and dialogue will foster a better idea of men and women's perspectives on key women's issues, such as harassment, how women dress and whether men should share household responsibilities while their wives are pregnant.
The psychological impact on key women's rights activists was overwhelming to the point that close family relationships were severed and friendships lost.
She often visits key women's pro- jects, interacts with Gambi- an women at grassroots level and supports their initiatives with a view to empowering them.
BISP and UN women will launch joint campaigns for commemoration of key international days on women rights and spread awareness on key women empowerment subjects in BISP population.
Migraines have been linked to an increased risk of stroke, and women are more likely to experience both migraines and strokes than men, making this a key women's health concern.