gainfulness


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Synonyms for gainfulness

the quality of affording gain or benefit or profit

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29] Demonstrated that transfer of training can enhance employees' exibility gainfulness and willingness to act and also their remuneration and capacity to nd a better job while it can help organizations expand their output efciency and productivity and reduction expenses non-attendance and the number of work-related competencies [30].
Output, cost-effectiveness, and (diminishing) expenses are more proximal end results (Popescu, 2015a, b, c, d) of employee citizenship conducts than is gainfulness.
Therefore, it is principally important to explore the factors that may impact profitability of Islamic banks and promote execution for further improvement on the premise of gainfulness.
Industry restructuring associated with the substantial rebound in sales, determined mostly by suppressed demand, are generating record gainfulness for numerous firms.
As Veblen put it, in analyzing the passage from the old regime to the new industrial state, "the gainfulness of business traffic increases, and the middle (business) class grows along with it.