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With the appointment of Professor Dr Verena Briner, we have succeeded in gaining an internationally recognised and renowned doctor and scientist for the directorship of the Waldhotel Health & Medical Excellence.
Briner commented, "The security work that we have done ensures that our platform is protecting information and is robust relative to its ability to fend off attack.
Generally, those mutual expectations and the degree to which they are actually met by the employer, as well as the perceived balance of give and take in the employment relationship as a whole have been identified as a key element of contemporary employer-employee relations to understand ongoing changes in employment relationships and their impact on work-related outcomes (Conway & Briner, 2005; Guest, 2016; Guest, 2004; Shore & Tetrick, 1994).
Briner will continue in a consulting role with the bank providing marketing and board consulting advice until October 31, 2015.
Briner, who will also retire from the board of directors of First Mountain Bank in early 2015, will continue in a consulting role with the bank, providing marketing and board consulting advice until October 31, 2015.
What it tells us is that the ice sheets might really respond to ocean temperatures," Briner says.
Briner Electric Company helped select and in- stall EYE Lighting's kiaroLED luminaires in Types II, III and IV in the parking lot.
Jason Briner, PhD, University at Buffalo associate professor of geology, who led the study, said that on land, the atmosphere was warmest between 9,000 and 5,000 years ago, maybe as late as 4,000 years ago while the oceans were warmest between 5-3,000 years ago.
A common typology in organizational research is to differentiate between transactional and relational contracts in order to examine the factors underlying the individual psychological contract (Conway and Briner, 2005).
Although several typologies have been suggested, distinction between transactional and relational contract has dominated the research (Conway & Briner, 2005).
Our results support growing evidence that calving glaciers are particularly sensitive to climate change,' said Jason Briner, who led the research.
The Dragonfire ThermoGrip from Briner Technologies combines a stabilizer with a heated hand grip to keep your fingers warm on chilly days in the stand.
Jakobshavn Isbrae has been the focus of intense scientific interest because it is one of the world's fastest flowing glaciers, releasing enormous quantities of Greenland's ice into the ocean," explains geologist Jason Briner.