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Waiver

A statement of the voluntary surrender of a right. For example, suppose a company provides customers a service that might be dangerous, such as bungee jumping. The company may require customers to sign a waiver relinquishing the right to sue the company for negligence if a problem occurs. This reduces the company's risk in the conduct of its business.

waiver

The voluntary relinquishment of a known right, remedy, claim, or privilege.
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Cheng, "What drives nurses' blended e-learning continuance intention?" Journal of Educational Technology & Society, vol.
h4: Internal marketing has significant impact on continuance organizational commitment.
The company said the continuance is expected to reduce annual printing and postage expenses, provide an environmental benefit as well as provide some added flexibility with respect to certain corporate transactions under the Management Proxy Circular and 2015 Annual Report.
Consequently, due to false consensus bias, the supplier may impose its propensity toward relationship continuance onto the buyer and presume that the buyer will behave the same in return, even in the face of a potential supply disruption.
Allen and Meyer's (1990) proposed a three-component model: affective commitment (employees remain with the organization because they want to; AC), continuance commitment (employees remain because they need to; CC) and normative commitment (they remain because they feel they ought to; NC).
Meyer, Stanley, Herscovitch & Topolnytsky (2002) identified four studies that examine the relationship between transformational leadership and affective commitment and continuance commitment and three studies investigating the relation with normative commitment.
When examined in detail, the fact that average points related to the "Emotional Commitment" sub-dimension took the first place ([bar.X] = 3, 9) and "Continuance Commitment" remained on a very low level with the rate of ([bar.X] = 2, 3) can be observed
There is empirical evidence that user satisfaction is a major factor in continuance intention to continue to use information systems (Hong, Thong, & Tam, 2006; Kim & Han, 2009).
In separate resistances made Monday at the Court, the defense teams considered the prosecution's request for one week of continuance (suspension of the case) as ambiguous because the application failed to state the names of the material witnesses that are out of Liberia.
The new line represents a continuance of the successful cooperation between the Sarajevo International Airport and German low-coster Eurowings that already operates from the Sarajevo airport with flights to Cologne and Stuttgart.
KARACHI:The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Monday dismissed pleas against punishment of two convicted criminals in extortion and murder of a businessman.The high court while hearing the pleas filed by Asghar and Fateh against punishment, ordered for continuance of the sentence awarded to them in murder and extortion case.
Defendant was not entitled to a continuance under a statute that provides the court "shall" grant a reasonable continuance when a defendant represented by a court-appointed attorney becomes financially able to retain private counsel.