unfriendliness


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dislike experienced as an absence of friendliness

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In their study, unfriendliness, perceived unfairness, and favoritism by nurse managers increased absenteeism rates.
'From a poor investment climate, business unfriendliness and poor ease of doing business occasioned by insecurity and none existing industrial policy, Governor Ajimobi's repositioning efforts have resulted in the Introduction the first State Industrial Policy in collaboration with UNIDO, 4-Star rating as a well-qualified state to facilitate foreign and domestic investors by the Nigeria Investment Promotion Council (NIPC 2018), commendation as one of the only five states to attract investment in the last quarter of 2017 and Rating as the fourth investment-friendly state in Nigeria (NBS 2016) among others.
The customer experience problems that would be most likely to end their loyalty to a business have to do with employees--bad attitudes, unfriendliness and lack of knowledge.
All these contribute towards their unfriendliness.This explains the reason for the change and, therefore, the desire that whatever is being done shifts beyond mere form and shape to encapsulate the content.
However, you have to wonder about the temperament of the man described here; the situation in Kashmir that has deteriorated since July 2016; and the unfriendliness India faces from friends, old and new, around the world.
A conventional inorganic-fiber-reinforced composite is typically weak in interfacial bonding and has some unavoidable drawbacks, such as poor filler dispersion, high energy cost, and environmental unfriendliness [5, 6].
Delays, blocked intersections and general pedestrian and bicycle unfriendliness are among the problems, he said.
Petrosius takes pleasure in scrolling through the comments underneath the articles that have been written about him and admits he's befuddled by the unfriendliness that many of his fellow compatriots show towards him.
Mallat's "Charities" is a series of tree-mannequin sculptures -- fig and loquat trees in flirtatious poses also shown in Mallat's previous exhibition, "Roots." They inspire onlookers to wonder whether the environmental unfriendliness of cutting down real trees is outweighed by the pieces' message.
If you're trying to rehome a bad-attitude cat, "Determine the motive behind their unfriendliness," advises Dr.
Now consider Ryanair, the largest airline in Europe, known for bare-bones services and cheap flights and unfriendliness to customers.
One of the factors that contribute towards the unfriendliness of some websites of Internet retailers is long download times.
Although their perceptions of Beijing's unfriendliness toward the Taiwan public was lower, 40-50 percent of the islanders constantly felt Beijing's enmity throughout this period.
These actions by the United States administration over the last four years constitute definite unfriendliness towards our young Revolution and young nation.
However, the regulatory regime on enforcing contracts not only displays a strange solidity, but signals resolutely higher level of business unfriendliness. However, protecting the interests of investors is comparatively emulative followed by the credit situation in the country.