persuader


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persuader

[pər′swād·ər]
(electronics)
Element of storage tube which directs secondary emission to electron multiplier dynodes.
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National Ready Mixed Concrete Association President Robert Garbini expressed support for the latter action, noting how the persuader rule serves "to discourage employers from seeking competent legal advice during union organizing campaigns.
Caption: The 5-1/2-pound weight and short overall length of the Mossberg 500 Persuader are a definite plus in terms of quick handling.
One of the more attractive aspects of the C-295 Persuader would be its cheaper operating costs compared to a more complex platform such as the P-8A.
In addition to the shorter timeframe, franchisees may not be able to seek advice on how to handle a union election due to the new persuader rule.
Thus, the agency re-interpreted this ambiguity in the statute in light of its awareness that anti-union campaigns were increasingly relying on indirect persuader activity, and that transparency is a central goal of the statute because Congress viewed transparency as essential 'to protect employee rights to organize, choose their own representatives, [and] bargain collectively,'" Layton wrote.
What strategies, modals in particular, does the persuader employ so as to achieve the goal of persuasion?
The proposed rule changes the advice exemption so any lawyer who drafts, revises or provides a persuasive employee communication for a client could be deemed a persuader, even if he has no direct contact with employees.
For this the persuader needs to be aware of the receiver's needs, his/her hesitations and all possible statements as response to your contention.
La Russie a estime hier samedi qu'une solution politique pour regler le conflit en Syrie etait encore possible mais avertit qu'il etait impossible de persuader le president Bachar al-Assad de quitter le pouvoir.
the hearing, "Department of Labor Regulations under the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act," will explore DOL's proposed regulations on the advice exception to the persuader rules, urging that the proposal must be withdrawn.
The skilled Persuader must know how to present his own character in a way that will appeal to his audience, to convey authority and a sense of trust.
When you become a great persuader, you will view objections differently than most people do," Mortensen writes.