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Numbers and ratios are the universal language of business and a key responsibility of HR is to articulate the logical connections between progressive HR practices and important organizational outcomes, and demonstrate those connections with data and ratios.
Moreover, it is able to rapidly process tremendous amounts of information to make nuanced logical connections between ideas and sentences and thereby respond appropriately to nearly any inquiry.
There is no logical connection between what the Saudi authorities were asked to do by the government of Bahrain and the GCC and human rights abuses," he said in response to suggestions that British-made armoured vehicles sent to Bahrain from Saudi Arabia could have exacerbated the situation.
In Egypt the actual physical and logical connections to the rest of the world are few, and they are licensed by the government and they are tightly controlled," said Wael Amin, President of ITWorx, a large software development company based in Cairo.
MTIPS allows for physical and logical connections to the public Internet while ensuring consistent up-to-date Internet security and meets the mandated capabilities of the Trusted Internet Connections (TIC) initiative of the US Office of Management and Budget.
The most important mark of our work will be the internal logical connection of the provisions," he told the public debate on July 29.
The photographs appear to have no logical connection other than being local, the subject matters range from barges damaged on the Tees, slum clearances and a Press Ball at the Town Hall.
Has anyone come up with a logical connection between women in bikinis and power tools?