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Location

A physical place. The location of a business is vitally important. For example, an oil company needs to station itself near oil. Likewise, a retail grocery store needs to be accessible from major roads.

location

see INDUSTRIAL LOCATION.
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During the month of March, the chain opened a total 209 new locations and reached a number of significant milestones.
Date May 25-30, 2003 Location Camp Ondessonk Ozark, IL Contact Keith Brennan 618-695-2489 camp@midwest.
Previously, a temporary work location was where the taxpayer performed services on an irregular or short-term (generally days or weeks) basis.
When it comes to location decisions, Bryant says companies should first study their target market and make sure that their location of choice fully meets those clients' needs.
If employment at a work location is realistically expected to exceed one year or there is no realistic expectation that the employment will last for one year or less, it is not temporary, regardless of whether it actually exceeds one year.
If employment at a work location is realistically expected to last (and does in fact last) for one year or less, the employment is temporary in the absence of facts and circumstances indicating otherwise.
Location National Seashore at the Nauset Regional School Eastham, MA