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The PCC extended Grab's voluntary commitments for 71 days, or from August 11 to October 20, to provide the government and involved parties the time to negotiate a new or amended set of commitments intended to address competition issues in the ride-hailing market.
Aside from the existing voluntary commitments, the PCC is planning to clamp down on Grab's price surges and driver discrimination resulting from booking cancellations.
In total, Airbus said that it received 93 firm orders and 338 additional commitments at the air show.
Meanwhile, major commitments announced last week included a deal for 80 A320neos with an undisclosed aircraft leasing company, a commitment for an additional 75 A320neos and 25 A321neos from an existing customer, and a commitment from airline industry veteran (https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/06/23/jetblue-could-make-it-hard-for-the-jetblue-founder.aspx) David Neeleman's U.S.
Commitments by the method of the first contact between the employee and organization (N = 1731)
Workplace commitment is a popular research field in management for decades, and practicing managers and researchers also has been trying to answer what tools are the most relevant to increase employees' commitment levels to their workplaces.
Commitment is the main factor for effective and efficient work in any field.Teachers' professional commitment has been found to be critical to good instruction.
The concept of dedication and commitment is very much important as regards the case of teachers' educators.
'Relationships between job, organization, and career commitments and work outcomes: An integrative approach'.
This research examines commitment factors amongst ICT workers.
(1994), "A Longitudinal Assessment of the Determinant Relationship between Employee Commitments to the Occupation and the Organization", Journal of Organizational Behavior, 15: 535-47.
Instructional leaders not only communicate expectations and goals (Murphy and Hallinger, 1985; Robinson, Hohepa and Lloyd, 2007) but maintain a positive learning environment in their organizations to enhance commitment and performance of teachers (Louis, Dretzke and Wahlstorm, 2010), by hiring, providing support and also retaining only good teachers whereas removing less effective ones (Beteille, Kalogrides and Loeb 2009).