equitability


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equitability

(ˌɛkwɪtəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
another word for equitableness
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For comparisons between both areas and both periods the following macroinvertebrates structure descriptors were used: density, relative abundance, Shannon's diversity index and Pielou's equitability (determined with PAST software, Hammer et al., 2001).
'Notwithstanding the upward adjustments in HIP [health insurance premium] contributions to support expanded benefits for more beneficiaries, and that payment for personnel benefits is considered a mandatory government expense, the following policies on HIP contributions as prescribed under previous DBM issuances are hereby reiterated to ensure that payments for employer [government] shares shall have the corresponding appropriation cover for fiscal sustainability and payments for employee shares shall correspond to the employer [government] share for equitability,' DBM Circular Letter 2019-8 read.
The following ecological indices were calculated: 1) species richness as the number of species obtained in a sampling unit (Krebs, 1998), 2) species diversity by using the Shannon-Weaver index (H': log.sub.2]; bits in[d.sup.-1]), 3) equitability index (J') by Pielou (1966), and 4) dominance index: d[N.sub.max] /N, where [N.sub.max] is the number of individuals in the most abundant species (Berger & Parker, 1970).
This government has compensated low grade employees by bigger percentage of increment and high grade employees by lower percentage of increment, which fulfills the law of equitability. The government has taken many austerity measures in this budget which is revealed in the reduction of salaries made for the cabinet members but in my opinion the government instead of using its energies in austerity should focus to bring the elite class into tax net that is out of the tax net.
Rule said some of the key elements of quality education were relevance, equitability and inclusivity as well as adequately resourced and taught by qualified teachers while promoting life-long learning for all.
While another James Strachan is unlikely to land in Karachi, we can only hope that the decision-makers now move urgently towards transforming KWSB to ensure efficiency and equitability in water supply for all citizens, as well as swift removal of sewerage.
Murphy also said that the state's investment division and council already have adopted an "Environmental, Social and Governance" policy which, like much in the language of S2663, encourage policies that promote "workforce diversity, fair trade, working conditions and equitability of compensation" in investees.
They are required to account for the money they are alleged to have laundered and the rule of law will apply to them with the same equitability as it has been done to Nawaz Sharif.
It circumvented fairness, competition, equitability, and cost-effectiveness, and awarded contracts to preferred suppliers.
In that same vein, it can be difficult for some organizations to get their hands on the amount of data that would be required to achieve that level of ethnic equitability, which then begs the question of privacy and security, and the legal obligations that ensue.
'For example, if we go by per capita income, we may have equitability, but in fact, there is no equitability because the figure is influenced by the high earnings of the top few, while the bottom has hardly anything to sustain themselves.
complaints from other bidders about the equitability of the process.