will be disincentive
to a sector The Northern Isles ferry contract for Orkney and Shetland, which was won by Serco, was scored 80 per cent on cost and 20 per cent on quality.
This paper, by Henry Farber, Jesse Rothstein, and Robert Valletta, attempts to determine how severe was the employment disincentive
effect of unemployment insurance in the wake of the last recession.
This federal tax disparity for LNG and propane is perhaps the largest disincentive
to converting large fleets to alternative fuel vehicles.
2) Yet he fails to note the extreme disincentive
effects of this program structure.
Activities that most employers' incented included biometric screenings (70%) and health risk assessments (78%), with the greatest disincentive
(78%) being used for tobacco use.
Continuing to pay people unemployment compensation is a disincentive
for them to seek new work," Kyl said earlier this year in a Senate debate on whether to extend jobless benefits.
Confusion about internet jargon is the second biggest disincentive
for people in that age group to log on to the web.
Relatedly, limited funding for programs overall and for the amount available to individual landowners was the most frequently identified disincentive
to participation in USDA's programs.
He notes that higher fares and fees for late travelers "seems more like a disincentive
to ever use that airline again, rather than a disincentive
to miss flights.
Some term-limit opponents even claim that the laws are a big disincentive
for women and blacks to run for office.
IREM believes such a requirement will result in a disincentive
for property owners to conduct regular maintenance on their properties.
If this is not provided, its absence can be the disincentive
that prevents their pursuit.