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Bad/ inefficient management is another contributing factor to boredom (16 per cent), as well as strict workplace policies and procedures (14 per cent).
355 which seeks to inquire about the reported inefficient management and maintenance of the MRT 3 following increasing number of train malfunctions there.
Management of any connected device consists of common challenges like unpredictable service costs and inefficient management processes, and this is especially true for business mobile phones and tablets, saidMarc Austin, Head of Mobile Enterprise Products at Cisco Jasper.
Julia Kapherr huddersfield examiner Sun Woodhouse Care Home in Fartown placed in special measures: Eldercare ran string of homes rated 'inadequate' by CQC In cases like this it's usually the fault of the inefficient management rather than the care workers themselves.
Ultimately, the price to pay for inefficient management procedures, and the failure to monitor risk in a systematic and documented fashion, could be corporate failure.
Many factors - growing population, inefficient management and effects of climate change - cause this grave situation.
Projects in the Kingdom have been stalled by inefficient management and heavy reliance on subcontractors, among other reasons.
Convinced that Finmeccanica was mainly suffering from inefficient management, his actions also focused on the relationship between the sub-holding and its companies, which, in Luraghi's opinion, had to be more strategically and financially independent in readiness for future privatization.
Due to inefficient management, Lebanon makes use of only 17 percent of an average annual rainfall of 8 billion cubic meters.
The Kyrgyzkomur state enterprise has a debt for 70 million soms for the period from 2010 to the present time due to inefficient management of former heads of the enterprise, said in the calculations of CEO of the enterprise Narynbek Satybaldiyev.
However, a complex distribution network of second and third-tier pharmaceutical distributors, said to be 100 times more than Japan's, coupled with inefficient management systems for the distribution of medical supplies, has led to increases in the cost of medical treatment.
According to the report of the National Audit Office, the inefficient management of funds and properties by administrative bodies is most often the result of poor planning, lack of clear responsibilities, adequate control and highly skilled workers.