professional staff

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The recommendation was supported by the leadership of the professional staff, including the chief of staff, division chiefs, community physicians and Children's boards of directors.
Even though national enrollment in undergraduate accounting programs has been going up--about 10% a year in the past two years--competition for professional staff among firms of all sizes has never been more intense.
David Lebenstein and Arlene Wysong, both of Colliers ABR, announced that three not-for-profit organizations, Medical Health Research Association (MHRA), one of the five largest not-for-profit organizations in New York City; Professional Staff Congress (PSC), the labor union which represents the over 13,000 CUNY faculty members; and Gillen-Brewer School, a widely regarded school for autistic children below the fifth grade, have all signed agreements for commercial space in New York.
The professional staff and board members for a large nonprofit organization had their annual board retreat in Lake George, N.
audit firms that are taking on increased numbers of publicly traded clients or professional staff.
Wolfe retired from the DAV professional staff effective May 1, 2002.
These leaders formed a study group, which recommended the establishment of a statewide law enforcement chaplaincy with a professional staff.
Review and restructure professional staff functions: Undertake a thorough review of the current policies and administrative structure for the acquisition, development and management of LAUSD facilities and all other properties.
The Academy, funded by the DeWitt Wallace - Reader's Digest Fund, will identify the promising professional staff from throughout the country, and will provide them with information, education, and training.
Kehoe notes that because the tools are set up for use by all staff, from nursing assistants to professional staff, Good Shepherd often uses them as educational tools, having staff investigate potential problem areas in small groups of residents.
In a few instances, additional professional staff have been hired for this purpose (Jurow & Webster, 1990, p.
Where professional staff administered the service, delivery was enhanced, thereby also improving outcome.

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