camaraderie


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  • noun

Synonyms for camaraderie

Synonyms for camaraderie

the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability

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A work environment promoting camaraderie, open communication and opportunity for advancement, while respecting and encouraging work/life balance.
1 -- color) After 25 years in the majors, Rickey Henderson has learned camaraderie and clubhouse chemistry are keys to a winning team.
We are excited to be working with Positive Coaching Alliance to assure the world's most popular contact sport keeps its character of healthy competition, camaraderie and respect as it grows in North America," says USA Rugby Game Development Director Rick Humm.
The event's camaraderie and relaxing atmosphere are a perfect fit for the Columbia brand and provides a great opportunity for us to showcase our authentic, outdoor apparel.
We're able to do a lot more community activities, and we have a different camaraderie.
Andy and his pals - which include nebbishy Byron (Jonathan Slavin) and preternaturally lucky Keith (James Patrick Stuart) - have shared an easy camaraderie from the show's debut this past spring - no easy feat.
It's one of those grand old stories from the San Fernando Valley's rich past when film moguls like Harry Warner and actors like Ronald Reagan were rubbing shoulders with GIs coming home from World War II looking for a little fun and camaraderie.
Four hundred randomly selected REI employees received the "100 Best" survey, which measured pride in work, job satisfaction and camaraderie.
Among the stringent criteria for this list are the results of a random survey of employees about such issues as their view of management, job satisfaction and camaraderie within the organization, which constitutes two-thirds of a company's total score.
Eventually, however - and it takes a little while - the film emerges as a fairly cogent character study, exploring dysfunctional friendships based as much on jealousy as camaraderie and people simply trying, against all odds, to make a simple human connection.
Event developers and coordinators, Dwayne and Cindy Bublitz first initiated the event in 2003 due to their love for the Corvette and the camaraderie with other owners.
The panel members spoke of the camaraderie and other rewards of working as a part of a film or television crew but dispelled any notions of Hollywood glamour when it comes to their work.
In his first book, co-authored with Aimee Labrecque Vickey shares the secrets of creating a strongly motivating partner fitness program to build camaraderie, teamwork and companionship into the daily gym routine.
22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hercules Trophy, the super-charged inter-company sporting team day that builds camaraderie, embraces networking and promotes company loyalty is pleased to announce the final 6 challenges.
Camps can also provide youth with chronic illness a sense of camaraderie, belonging, and connectedness (e.
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