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After establishing a contributing factor, it is the employer's responsibility to prove the termination would have occurred even if the employee had not been a whistleblower.
This interesting examination of residential burglary presents a comprehensive look at the crime and its causes and contributing factors, through a study that combines criminological data with an ethnographic study of burglars.
Renowned political analyst and senior journalist Sohail Warraich spoke about the contributing factors to the current political instability in Pakistan and its solution.
Other contributing factors were an increase in time off for vacation and for personal or family responsibilities, as well as changes to Employment Insurance that resulted in more weeks of maternity, parental and adoption benefits as of December 31, 2000.
Bullpen collapse, poor defense, and the JetHawks' inability score late - contributing factors throughout their skid - came into play in their latest loss.
What's important is there's not one single contributing factor--it's multiple contributing factors," Robertson said.
316) seems to confuse triggers with long-term contributing factors.
The measures implemented in Norway and Sweden are important contributing factors to the virtual absence of Salmonella in the food supply in their countries.