TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «SERVICE BREAK»
The term «service break» is regularly used and occupies the 62.126
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SERVICE BREAK»
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U.s. Master Pension Guide
C C H, Incorporated, Elizabeth C Pope, CCH Incorporated. balances upon
reemployment. However, the length of the break is relevant with respect to
counting post-break service for the percent of vesting in pre-break accrued
benefits (where ...
C C H, Incorporated, Elizabeth C Pope, CCH Incorporated, 2004
Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States
... or reappointed to a position within the purview of that act, provided such
subsequent retransfer or reappointment is without break in service. 'Break in
service' means separation from the Federal service for a period of one or more
United States. General Accounting Office, 1943
ERISA: Principles of Employee Benefit Law
The impact of these service-break rules is softened where absence from work is
occasioned by the birth or adoption of a child. In that case, the period of the
maternity or paternity leave is counted as hours of service, up to a maximum of
Operations Management for Service
Industries: Competing in ...
Longer chains of flow in service may accumulate costs over multiple operations,
which must also be accounted for in the cost/service break analysis. The end
result, though, is the same. The total cost of inventory holding required to prepare
U.S. Postal Service
key postal transformation issues
Although the Service's break-even mandate was established to foster reasonable
rates, this mandate removes the profit motive. In its Transformation Plan, the
Service proposed a revision to its break-even mandate that would permit it to
The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America
1.41(Ka)-S Year of service; break in service. (a) Year of service. For the rules
relating to years of service under subparagraphs (A), (C), and (D) of section 410(
a)(3), see regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Labor under 29 CFR Part
L.S.A., List of C.F.R. Sections Affected
... plan may subsequently disregard those years of service would be governed by
the rules enacted by REA 1984. [T.D. 8219, 53 FR 31851, Aug. 22, 1988; 53 FR
48534, Dec. 1, 1988] §l.410(a)-8T Year of service; break in service (temporary).
in communicating behaviours, the visual service script can take the form of a
short movie. service break down ANNA MeRoNIAND DANIeLA SANGIoRGI What
– The service break down is a tool used to deconstruct a service in its constituent
Dr Anna Meroni, Dr Daniela Sangiorgi, 2012
3. to win a game as receiver; as a noun, a synonym for service break. See fast
break. I break (of service) where the serving player loses the game. I break back
to win a game as a receiver immediately after having suffered a service break.
Chambers concise dictionary
9 tennis (also break of service or service break) an instance of breaking service (
see v 27 above). 10 cricket the change of direction made by a ball on striking the
ground. 11 an interruption in the electricity flowing through a circuit. 12 music in ...
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SERVICE BREAK»
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Xbox Live down: gaming service breaks itself, but hackers claim credit
Microsoft's online gaming service Xbox Live went down for about three hours yesterday — highlighting how easy it is to lay claim to cyberattacks but how difficult ... «The Independent, Jan 15»