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client

a BUYER of a professional SERVICE.

client

The person to whom an agent owes duties of integrity, confidentiality, loyalty, and hard work. Contrast with customer, who is owed the duty of honesty.

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Young succinctly says that Minneapolis has been able to achieve a high level of success because the city treats the recycling program as a business and applies a rigorous approach to ensure the program makes financial sense.
The BOE's amnesty program will allow taxpayers making sales tax payments to seek refunds of amounts paid due to the amnesty program participation.
The small-town district partnered with a local manufacturer to create an old-fashioned apprentice program and train the next generation of workers.
Organizations can respond to the issue of an aging program management workforce in one of three ways: hire individuals from outside the organization, promote from within, or create a program manager development program.
For example, the Carolina Covenant is not a specific financial aid program, but a pledge to meet the financial needs of low-income students by carefully coordinating grants, scholarships, and work study.
Americans United first became interested in the case late in 2002 after a Newton inmate filed a lawsuit pro se (without an attorney) challenging the program and outlining its details.
This program gives these hard working mothers a good sense of hope.
For some companies, the bottom line on executive education is whether it's worth the tuition and travel costs and what impact the executive's attendance at the program has on both individual and organizational success.
net Year established: 1983 Number of ag employees: 9 64 stations in Idaho, Washington and Oregon carrying ag news programs.
However, it is uncommon to read literature that identifies the specific program activities or features that need to be observed to obtain the same results as reported by the original institution that created the educational practice.
The Army/DARPA team enlisted the help of industry in a structured, multiphase program.
In these instances, data can be collected over a multiyear period to determine program effectiveness over time.