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Ironically, we believe that employees' long-term focus could be contributing to the slight backslide we are seeing in employees' day to day money management habits.
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A decision to backslide on the Charter and Norms--and it is hard to see the decision to delay matters until November as anything else--will delay the necessary healing and reopen the wounds of deception, manipulation and control--all the false ideals that produced this scandal.
Make no mistake, while GSA should be applauded for this action, it is vital that the agency not be allowed to backslide from today's decision.
She told reporters on July 25 that she planned to urge the junta's leaders ''not to let democratization backslide.
IABC is in the process of change, and we need to be careful not to backslide into old, comfortable positions.
Confidence in the government's ability to deliver structural reforms is low after its backslide on earlier reform promises.
Bernardino also knew that his sermons might have only a short-term effect and that many in his audiences would probably backslide, but he also urged his hearers to think of themselves as the buon cavalcatore who often falls from his horse as he learns to ride.
However, Muto admitted the government should continue to be vigilant against any possible backslide into a recession.
How many times have you seen a CNA or nurse who has been an excellent employee for years start to backslide and develop a sour attitude, only to revert to their old attitudes upon beginning an educational program?
The worldwide protests also sent a powerful message to all nuclear powers not to backslide on nuclear arms control efforts.