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Zone

1. See: Free trade zone.

2. In marketing, an area that a single sales representative or team of sales representatives are assigned to cover. A sales representative whose zone is, for example, Oklahoma, is not allowed to try to sell products in Texas and vice versa. This helps prevents sales reps from competing with each other for commissions.
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Throughout my career, it has been my goal to take jobs outside my comfort zone.
I am deliberately understanding my comfort zone and making a decision to remove my dependence on the false notion of permanent provision and protection.
In the past, surveying and addressing the ergonomic needs of employees has been a tremendous challenge, but with Comfort Zone, The Back School will be able to provide clients with an easy yet comprehensive solution.
The results of implementing Comfort Zone are typically, sustainable cost reductions; reduced absenteeism and healthcare costs as well as an increase in employee performance and comfort, said Roth.
When invited to step outside their comfort zone -or if they're pushed outside of it -many people react with resistance.
comfort zone ] has everything covered for our beach fit body this Summer," Comfort Zone spokesperson Victoria Trueman said.
some area or opportunity just outside our usual experience and our comfort zone
In other words, take painstaking measures to be scent-free, quiet and invisible when checking out a possible big buck core area or comfort zone.
The standard clarifies that the upper humidity limit shown on the psychrometric chart in the graphical method only applies to the Graphic Comfort Zone Method for Typical Indoor Environments (Graphic Comfort Zone Method).
based Comfort Zone Camp was the eventual outgrowth of Hughes' own journey of bereavement when as a 9-year-old she lost her mom and then when she was 12, her dad died.