secondary benefits

secondary benefits

any additional indirect benefits that stem from the direct primary benefits of an INVESTMENT project. For example, in estimating the benefits of an irrigation project, the increase in grain output resulting from the project would be counted as a primary benefit, while the increased economic activity of grain merchants, millers and bakers handling this extra grain would be counted as a secondary benefit of the project. See COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS.
Collins Dictionary of Economics, 4th ed. © C. Pass, B. Lowes, L. Davies 2005
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'We hope to demonstrate how such collaborations can boost employee health while delivering important secondary benefits in the form of productivity improvements, compliance with global health and safety protocols, and industrial growth,' Dr Asaad Nafees, an assistant professor in community health sciences at AKU, said.
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However, the reality is that under each area there are other secondary benefits. For example, while targeting to build the 500,000 housing units, 350,000 people will get jobs.
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Our research concluded thata-TCS provides an outstanding employment environment and offers creative initiatives, from secondary benefits and working conditions, to performance-management programmes," said the Institute Global Business Director Dennis Utter.
Our comprehensive research concluded that?TCS provides an outstanding employment environment, and offers a wide range of creative initiatives, from secondary benefits and working conditions, to performance-management programs that are well thought out, and truly aligned with the culture of their company," said global business director for the Top Employers Institute, Dennis Utter.
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Dr Rumaih added that the collaboration with Maaden to develop infrastructure for the transport of metals by rail has not only contributed to the strengthening of the metal industry in the Kingdom, but yielded significant secondary benefits.
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Its extensive list of primary and secondary benefits will further position every Shaza Hotel as more than just a hotel, but an experience rich with innovative services that match and exceed customers' expectations." said Brahim Robio.
The demonstrators called on the government to rescind the increase, one day after local legislators in a record six-minute session voted to increase their own salaries and secondary benefits. The protestors refused to go home after acting prime minster, Mike de Mesa, refused to accept a petition that the demonstrators attempted to hand to him outside the government building.