delegation of duties

See: devolution
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This means that from time to time there may be the delegation of duties that other members of the healthcare team are comfortable assigning.
Even after his relocating to London, he has full control over the affairs of the company through appropriate delegation of duties to various operating executives who report to him on a regular basis, it said.
He embraced delegation of duties as his mobility deteriorated while clearly remaining in control of a company that did not shift into idle.
Gaumond also wrote that Welsh believes in the delegation of duties and and "professes to have an open door policy for hearing concerns and issues from his team.
The author provides comprehensive treatments on a variety of related elements, including: the agreement and validation processes, the frauds statute, abuse of bargain and illegality, risk allocation, remedies for breach of contract, contract beneficiaries, assignment of rights and delegation of duties, and more.
But the gaffer conceded the one thing he has still to get used to since replacing Craig Levein is delegation of duties.
On August 7, 2009, the Indiana State Board of Dentistry heard testimony from the Indiana Dental Assistants Association along with the Indiana Dental Association and the Indiana Dental Hygienists Association on the language of the draft rule for the new delegation of duties for dental assistants and dental hygienists.
The big risk here is a violation of the NMC code of conduct, since inappropriate delegation of duties by a health visitor or school nurse to another staff member could be a breach of the code, and they could refuse to carry out that task.
A marketing committee should be large enough to allow for reasonable delegation of duties and division of labor, but small enough to be nimble and relatively easy to assemble or poll for quick decisions.
Existence of neat and decent school environment, proper students' management delegation of duties by schoolheads as determinants of effective supervision in schools.
The trustee may not assume or assign an executory contract or unexpired lease of the debtor, whether or not such contract or lease prohibits or restricts assignment of rights or delegation of duties, if (1)(A) applicable law excuses a party, other than the debtor, to such contract or lease from accepting performance from or rendering performance to an entity other than the debtor or the debtor in possession, whether or not such contract or lease prohibits or restricts assignment of rights or delegation of duties; and (B) such party does not consent to such assumption or assignment.

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