Bradford score

Bradford score

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a measure of the amount of time during which an employee is absent from work, based on assigning a number of points according to the frequency and length of absences
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Alternatively, if Bradford score first and the visitors have to start chasing the game, it could open up and cause Wakey to play right into Bradford's hands.
TRYING GAME Novos' Rich Lamb (left) and Matt Bradford score during the play-offs victory against Barnard Castle - gaining them promotion.
Wayne Godwin burrowed over for a further Bradford score, before Purdham and Will Sharp grabbed late consolations.
The higher the Bradford Score, the closer interest is taken in the individual.
The force uses the Bradford Scores system to prioritise cases.
``The higher the Bradford Score, the closer interest we need to take in that individual.''
Yet, as Graydon pointed out: 'Bradford score freely, but they also let in a lot of goals.
For example, if Bradford score in the 30th minute tomorrow and Ipswich in the 45th, the make-up will be 25 Bradford/Ipswich.
"I'm sure the Bradford score will filter through but there's no doubt that the most important thing for us is winning against Sheffield United."
Tommy Martyn, the stand-off who did not know if he had a future at he club when they were chasing Iestyn Harris, took the Lance Todd Trophy as man of the match after scoring two tries, having a hand in two others and preventing a Bradford score.
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