check study

check study

[′chek ‚stəd·ē]
(industrial engineering)
A review of a job or operation in part or in its entirety to evaluate the validity of a standard time.
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SM]) Performance Check study, Building a Bolder Legacy: The Procurement Mission Is Under Way, finds that top performing procurement organizations improved their performance versus the 2014 report, with most delivering 10 to 15 times returns.
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Take a reality check Study your credit report, which lists your credit accounts and repayment history.
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The number and value of checks paid, the share of on-us checks, and the number and value of returned checks for 2000 were estimated using data from the Depository Institution Check Study.
The research project conducted in 2001 consisted of three initiatives: the Depository Financial Institution (DFI) Check Study, the Check Sample Study and the Electronic Payment Instruments Study.
The Peppers & Rogers Group Health Check study was conducted online with response from more than 200 U.
May 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CipherCloud, the leader in cloud information protection, today announced the results of a cloud health check study.
The DFI Check Study was designed to count the total or aggregate number of checks processed in the United States for a twelve-month period.