And look at the Norwich and Peterborough Building Society, a doughty champion of mutuality
First, most of us have had at least momentary glimpses of mutuality
where we have experienced its positive effects, or what they call the "five good things": zest, empowered action, increased self-work, enhanced knowledge, and a desire for more connection.
The Effects of Size, Openness, and Mutuality
on Cognitive Conflict
in capacity does not exist among affiliate reinsurers and the insolvent cedant or when one of the parties is acting in a representative capacity, such as a trustee.
It's really a testament to our ability to slowly and steadily grow the business in a way that is elusive to people who gave up their mutuality
and then gave up their career agency distribution systems.
Service contract for incoming call handling and outbound services relating to customer management by telephone to the Omnimut mutuality
The problem with XYZ enforcing its triangular setoff rights is that one of the prerequisites for setoff, a mutuality
of obligations between the parties to the setoff, is lacking between XYZ and ABC'S affiliate because the claim XYZ is seeking to setoff against its obligation to ABC'S affiliate is against ABC.
AIf an employment tribunal had to consider a dispute about a person's employment status, it would take into the following factors: * The method of pay * What was the purpose and intention of the parties * Did or does the person only do work for that organisation * Was there fixed hours and regular work provided * Was the person integrated into the organisation * Was there any financial risk involved * Was there mutuality
of obligation -this perhaps the most important factor Q What does 'mutuality
of obligation' mean?
The Business School has linked up with the Leeds Building Society to host The Financial Climate is in Turmoil - has Mutuality
Weathered the Storm?
As we don't have shareholders to consider, we can pass on the benefits of mutuality
and of our success to members.
He examines utopians such as Edward Carpenter, Havelock Ellis and Olive Schreiner, describing how they rejected what we now describe as Victorian patriarchy and prudery and promoted relationships based on equality, and describes the ways in which mutuality
was tested in the first half of the twentieth century in youth clubs, marriage, and in studies of male sexuality and women's emancipation.