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  • We will kick off the meeting with introductions around the room, then listen to Rey share his views on what is new and interesting in this industry, then talk about the peer group, answer questions, and start planning our next activities. (padtinc.com)
  • Collins English Dictionary puts it nicely as a social group composed of individuals of approximately the same age, whereas The American Heritage New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy adds a little extra by explaining it is a group of people who share certain social characteristics, such as age, class, occupation, or education, and interact on a level of equality. (ukessays.com)
  • A peer group may be one or more peers in a peer-to-peer environment that share a set of network services and content. (patents.com)
  • The group is facilitated by peers who share their tips and tools for dealing with the emotional and physical aspects of a cluttered home. (victoria.ca)
  • Children of both racial groups tend come from immigrant families (Portes &Rumbaut, 1990) of disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds (Niedzwiecki &Duong, 2004) that share collectivistic values (Hofstede, 1980;Oyserman, Coon, &Kemmelmeier, 2002). (grantome.com)
  • differences
  • No significant gender differences were obtained, gender group composition rather than gender itself being associated with differential use of communication. (bl.uk)
  • symptoms
  • This group will provide trustworthy information regarding understanding ADHD symptoms, proven strategies, and treatment options. (add.org)
  • proxy
  • ISS will include the list of company peers that it used as an input to its peer group construction in its proxy research report. (reedsmith.com)
  • ISS does expect, however, that the company-supplied list of peers will match the benchmarking peers that are disclosed in the 2014 proxy. (reedsmith.com)
  • If the peers provided to ISS through this process are different from the peers disclosed in the proxy, ISS may apply "additional scrutiny to this variance as part of its pay-for-performance analysis. (reedsmith.com)
  • This is partly in response to the Securities and Exchange Commission's requirement that companies compare their stock performance with a peer group in tables in the section of their proxy filings devoted to shareholder returns. (nytimes.com)
  • scrutiny
  • As a result, peer groups are likely to attract increased scrutiny, said Mark Van Clieaf, managing director of MVC Associates International, a consulting firm that specializes in organization design and pay-for-performance standards. (nytimes.com)
  • children's
  • they also believe that certain types of peer experiences during this period can have an impact on the children's later behaviour. (ukessays.com)
  • It was hypothesised that difficult temperament would be associated with peer rejection, that communication would vary with children's temperament and popularity and that both temperament and communication would vary across gender. (bl.uk)
  • Pregnancy
  • Although PGC is not explicitly a sexual health/teen pregnancy prevention program, the belief is that by engaging ninth grade students in school, building connectedness among peers, and building students' decision-making and goal-setting skills, PGC will encourage students to make healthier decisions, including reducing sexual risk-taking and increasing protective behaviors. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • compensation
  • A company that has modified its peer group since the most recent compensation disclosure may want to consider updating its peer group with ISS. (reedsmith.com)
  • My old friend and law school classmate Charles Elson is here today and tomorrow at UCLAW to present his research on the pernicious effects that the peer group methodlogy has in executive compensation. (professorbainbridge.com)
  • The authors note their study is the first to document that peer group benchmarking has accidentally become the de facto standard even though it never was designed to determine CEO compensation. (professorbainbridge.com)
  • And we also have been warning compensation committees that if they rely heavily on peer groups - and don't use alternative benchmarking techniques like internal pay equity instead - they can be in trouble in court since so many have warned that pay has skyrocketed over the past two decades due to peer group benchmarking. (professorbainbridge.com)
  • Among that data, no item is more crucial than the ''peer group,'' a collection of companies that corporations measure themselves against when calculating compensation. (nytimes.com)
  • The peer group is the bedrock of the compensation philosophy at a company,'' said James F. Reda, an independent compensation consultant in New York. (nytimes.com)
  • Current disclosure rules require neither the identification of companies in a compensation-related peer group nor the rationale behind their selection. (nytimes.com)
  • Usually, the most a shareholder learns about companies in a compensation peer group is that they are in the same industry or of a similar size. (nytimes.com)
  • The rules will require a corporation to reveal which companies it uses in its peer group and to provide an extensive description of its compensation philosophy. (nytimes.com)
  • POSSIBLE problems with the use of peer groups burst onto the scene in 2003, when the New York Stock Exchange disclosed that it had paid its chairman, Richard A. Grasso, about $140 million in total compensation. (nytimes.com)
  • One reason for the outcry was the makeup of the peer group that the exchange's compensation committee used to determine Mr. Grasso's pay. (nytimes.com)
  • The peer group was flawed, Mr. Hall contended, resulting in unreasonably high compensation for Mr. Grasso. (nytimes.com)
  • help
  • to help us identify four categories of peer groups. (coursera.org)
  • Some state health departments explicitly recognise peer-support services as an essential component of public health strategies and have written policy plans of how to incorporate and build a peer workforce to help organise and lead groups, while others lack a coherent peer support infrastructure. (yourlifechoices.com.au)
  • Smart Business spoke with Jelinek about how peer groups can help CEOs break out of long-held ideas and institute meaningful change in their companies. (sbnonline.com)
  • A high-performing group can identify and unpack that and help a CEO confront his or her issues to get past them and bring about change in his or her company. (sbnonline.com)
  • If not your peers, your family will always be there to help you through difficult times. (experienceproject.com)
  • fellowship
  • F3, which stands for Fitness, Fellowship and Faith, is a men's-only workout group that began in Charlotte, N.C., and has grown quickly throughout the Southeast. (goupstate.com)
  • make
  • In the media, peer groups are made out to be the 'bad kids around the back gates at school' they are publicised as those who make teenagers take up smoking, drugs and underage drinking - but is this reality or the media hand picking out the sections to make a story? (ukessays.com)
  • They also say corporate managers themselves -- who have an interest in higher pay -- are selecting which companies make it into a peer group. (nytimes.com)
  • services
  • Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc. ("ISS") recently announced it will accept updates to certain companies' self-selected peer groups until 5 p.m. (reedsmith.com)
  • While all Australian state and territory governments contribute financially in some capacity to peer-support services, there is little consistency between jurisdictions' approaches. (yourlifechoices.com.au)
  • PEER Group provides comprehensive Equipment Integration (EI) services for fab automation, including tool characterization, EI baseline design and EI development. (peergroup.com)
  • 2. The peer-to-peer network environment as recited in claim 1, wherein said common set of services comprises a membership service, wherein said membership service implements a membership protocol for joining a peer group such that any peer in the peer-to-peer network environment may apply for membership in the peer group in accordance with the membership protocol. (patents.com)
  • Children
  • By establishing this, I can look deeper into the two age categories and delve into how peer groups affect children in these groups and the use of their peer group. (ukessays.com)
  • A cross-sectional study obtained parental ratings on temperament and peer nominated sociometric status for children in nursery class, Primary 3 and Primary 6. (bl.uk)
  • This project aims to assess the effect of group peer support to children with HIV in relation to adherence, virological treatment failure as well as physical development. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • A randomised controlled trial (RCT) will be used where HIV+ children on antiretroviral treatment (ARV) and their caretakers are randomized into either enhanced treatment support (ETS) through peer supporters or the conventional treatment (CT) according to the guidelines of The National AIDS Control Program. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Peer supporters, who are also caregivers of HIV-infected children, organize peer support group meetings. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • Another supporter provides children above 3 years of age with age relevant information about their disease and treatment as well as games and play to enhance group bounds. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • In addition to the new peer support group, Nurture and Balance offers individual and family therapy, serving children, teens and adults. (journal-news.net)
  • offers
  • PEER Group offers a variety of connectivity and testing products for use in 200mm and 300mm fab, test, and assembly facilities. (peergroup.com)
  • For thin-film manufacturers with highly specialized manufacturing, PEER Group offers PEER FACTORY® , a framework of proven software components for building a tailored automation solution that aligns with your tight schedule, stringent budget, and ever-expanding requirements. (peergroup.com)
  • Meet
  • It's helpful to meet with other CEOs in a peer group. (sbnonline.com)
  • Through our leadership role in the PV Group of SEMI, we're advancing the PV automation standards in order to meet manufacturing targets for productivity and yield. (peergroup.com)
  • The mood disorder and anxiety peer support group's first session is 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday and will meet every other week through May 24. (journal-news.net)
  • The group will meet once per week to discuss specific issues related to the 55+ LGBT community. (loftgaycenter.org)
  • companies
  • Information submitted by companies with respect to a self-selected peer group will not be shared with any other party within or outside of ISS prior to the publication of the report. (reedsmith.com)
  • But according to a handful of pay experts who are privy to the design of pay practices at the nation's largest corporations, many of these peer groups are populated with companies that are anything but comparable. (nytimes.com)
  • Mr. Hall, hired by the attorney general as an expert witness, found that the companies the New York Stock Exchange board used in its peer group had median revenue of $26 billion, more than 25 times that of the exchange. (nytimes.com)
  • Median assets of companies in the group were 125 times the Big Board's assets, and the median number of employees in the peer-group companies was 50,000, or roughly 30 times that of the exchange. (nytimes.com)
  • research
  • For example, the Young Women's Arthritis Support Group provides links to research, encouragement and "life-hacks" both online and with regular meetings. (yourlifechoices.com.au)
  • All these models require investment in organisation of the peer networks, and most of the research is from North America. (bmj.com)
  • effects
  • We look at the positive and negative effects of peer groups, including how smoking drugs and alcohol problems can affect the classroom and the school, the concerning issue of bullying, and the problems that emerge when we label students in particular ways. (coursera.org)
  • provides
  • From initial IT architecture planning and requirements gathering to final support and maintenance of systems in operation, PEER Group provides the right solution to fit each customer's unique fab automation goals. (peergroup.com)
  • In the meetings one peer supporter discusses problems related to adherence with caretakers and provides them with information. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • quickly
  • While still a relatively new chapter - only a few months old - the Spartanburg F3 group has grown quickly. (goupstate.com)
  • board
  • This new study makes it clear that peer grouping with minimal board discretion is a seriously flawed methodology even when the peer groups are fairly constructed. (professorbainbridge.com)
  • The group included highly profitable investment banks and financial institutions that were far larger and more complex than the Big Board, which, at that time, was a nonprofit organization. (nytimes.com)