benefact


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benefact

(ˈbɛnɪˌfækt)
vb (tr)
to be a benefactor to
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Verb1.benefact - help as a benefactorbenefact - help as a benefactor; "The father benefacted his daughter in more ways than she was aware of"
aid, assist, help - give help or assistance; be of service; "Everyone helped out during the earthquake"; "Can you help me carry this table?"; "She never helps around the house"
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Tenders are invited for during 2019/2021 benefacts requires external project management (pm) and web development support in relation to the delivery of its programmes.
"While PEOs recognise the challenges of providing print materials, they also realise not all worksite employees have regular access to the Internet, as 65 per cent of PEOs indicated," said Bill Crawford, senior vice president and director of Aon Consulting's Benefacts Personalized Communications Practice.
KUDOS TO AON CONSULTING'S BENEFACTS PRACTICE, which was honored with 40 awards in 2009 for excellence in providing personalized employee communication services on behalf of clients.