Axcelis is also a member of the North Shore Transportation Management Association, allowing employees access to a variety of commuter services and incentives including personalized research, Ridematching, Green to Work incentive program, Guaranteed Ride Home Program, and reduced ZipCar membership fees.
What does WIN stand for?
WIN stands for Work Incentive Program (US)
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We have 252 other meanings of WIN in our Acronym Attic
- Wireless Information Navigator
- Wireless Information Networks
- Wireless Intelligent Network
- Wisconsin Innovation Network
- Wollongong Integrated Network
- Women in Insurance (conference)
- Women in Need, Inc. (homeless assistance; est. 1983)
- Women in Nigeria
- Women's Information Network
- Wool Industry Network (New Zealand)
- Workforce Improvement Network of Virginia
- World Immigrants Network
- World Indigenous Nations
- World Information Network (for Exports; Canada)
- World Insurance Network
- World Interact Network
- World Investigators Network
- World of Industry (trade show)
- Worldwide Incentive Network LLC (St. Louis, MO)
- Worldwide Information Network
Samples in periodicals archive:
Most students are in work incentive programs, which are mostly janitorial duties at the campus, Mr.
Social workers also can educate individuals with HIV/AIDS about work incentive programs for individuals who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Disability Income (SSDI).
It would simplify work incentive programs and decrease paperwork requirements by replacing current deductions for work expenses and other more complex work incentive provisions.
assistive technology, personal care attendants, work incentive programs, and various training programs), and the increasing evidence that persons with mental retardation are capable of competitive or supported employment (e.
President Clinton is committed to offering individuals with disabilities the opportunity to build independence through rehabilitation services and work incentive programs.
Those amendments, referred to as the Work Incentive Program (WIN), created a plan for comprehensive services, job training, and employment.
1967 - Congress begins tinkering with AFDC, initiating the Work Incentive program and tying AFDC eligibility to work-training programs.