Without it, he believes organizations will struggle to achieve an effective age
balance in the workforce.
Therefore, at any point in an asset's life it will have a real age and an effective age
, with the latter one depending on the to-date maintenance actions.
Under the economic age-life method, depreciation is calculated by multiplying replacement cost of the building and structures by the effective age
of the improvements divided by the total economic value of the building and structures.
The benefits of such foods do not differ with age but the most effective age
is from childhood to 18 years which constitute the growing years.
Neither of the controls constituted an effective age
verification system, Ofcom said.
The current facility, landlocked by its residential neighborhood and its 120-year infrastructure, is past its efficient, effective age
, officials say.
Going forward, raising the pension age for women from 60 to 65 (and hence the effective age
In Sweden, Ladbrokes' counterclaim to an action by Svenska Spel, which had described itself as a world leader in responsible gaming and referred to its website having "the most effective age
verification", was upheld.
A 40-square-foot increase in living area or a three-year decrease in the effective age
of the home added 1 percent to its sale price.
Once again, the vision systems are used prior to age in order to determine the most effective age
The most effective age
to start learning is from five months old but signing is also effective with younger and older children.
Perhaps because oil revenues have allowed distortions in the work-leisure choice, the effective age
of retirement has trended down, suggesting that Norway may not in the end entirely escape the "resource curse".