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Engagement scores for mobile and at-home team members are even higher at 84 per cent and 85 per cent respectively.
Among all at-home mothers in 2012, 51 percent had at least one child 5 or younger, compared with 41 percent of working mothers.
While veterinarians can test at the office, research shows both biological and psychosocial benefits of using at-home blood glucose monitoring systems.
With rich ingredients including chamomile, dew grass and Tahitian seawater extract, apple stem cell and squalene, this is the perfect, at-home facial.
Organizations contemplating the use of at-home agents may be concerned with how to manage hiring, quality management, and workforce management reladve to this new, remote workforce, inContact adds, but they needn't be if they have the right tools at hand.
With six in 10 women indicating that they want to try new nail care products, at-home experimentation is being expressed through nail polishes that have special effects, such as glitter, crackle, and shimmer.
Renowned among celebrities, plastic surgeons and dermatologists alike, Kimara Ahnert has established a stellar reputation as one of New York's most prominent skincare and makeup studios, and is dedicated to providing clients with innovative and effective beauty treatments in-studio and at-home.
Honda Motor Company (Honda) (NYSE: HMC) (TYO: 7267), a Japan-based automaker, has introduced a new at-home hydrogen fuelling centre.
A decade ago, nearly identical pluralities of both groups (38 percent of at-home morns and 39 percent of working moms) said it was bad for society.
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The club features two to four events every week including at-home potlucks, game nights, mixers, eat-outs, seminars and special bus trips that are booked in advance.
While consumer demand that drives the at-home tissue market remained fairly stable, the away-from-home market showed the economic dependency of that side of the business.
SEATTLE -- A device that allows for at-home diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea has been shown to be equivalent to sleep-lab polysomnography in two studies.
These at-home tests are potentially a way to provide more accurate, faster and less expensive underwriting for insurance products.
Considering the food at-home portion of the Consumer Price Index in the same period is running at an annualized rate of 3.