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tick box

n
1. (Marketing) (on a form, questionnaire, or test) a square in which one places a tick to show agreement with the accompanying statement
2. (Education) (on a form, questionnaire, or test) a square in which one places a tick to show agreement with the accompanying statement
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It was simple - there was a tick box for under 16s, unemployed etc - and, provided you could prove that you should be exempt, there were no issues.
Liverpool Women's Hospital which runs Hewitt Fertility Centre A COUPLE were told that they would have to adopt their own child - after missing a tick box on a consent form for fertility treatment.
There is currently no system to identify them in universities and having a tick box system would help universities know they have carers and led to them being supported correctly.
The authors of the study liken the situation faced by GPs as akin to "boiling frogs" - saying internal and external pressures, as well as a tick box and blame culture, have slowly built up, to a point where for many GPs, continuing is no longer sustainable.
A survey by Business in the Community showed that most prisoners wanted to work after serving their sentence, but only a third would apply for a job with a tick box.
OVER the past few years we have met many volunteers who have volunteered for agencies and organisations and they have told us that they have packed in for one reason or another - but most have said that they did not feel valued and they felt that decisions had already been made so people just felt like they were just being used as a tick box exercise.
Otherwise it is not meaningful consultation, just a tick box exercise.
This form of praise and recommendation often means much more to people than some stuffy inspection or tick box survey.
Under the scheme, licence holders will have to mark a tick box to answer a question on whether or not he is willing to donate his organs in case he is killed in a vehicular accident.
Pay Continuation Plan is a Tick box insurance product that has been designed to make sure that the family of the insured person keeps receiving an amount equal to the insured person's monthly salary for up to 5 years in case of the unfortunate demise of the insured.
Schools are mired in a tick box culture and forced to "jump through hoops" to meet exam targets, as politicians focus more on results and inspections than teaching and learning, according to Gillian Low, president of the Girls' Schools Association (GSA).
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