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compliments

A generic term for praise for a job well done (which counterbalances the unofficial and official complaints procedure which create job-related stress).
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Growth-mindset compliments typically include more useful detail than fixed-mindset ones.
That was a great compliment,' said Antetokoumpo during his media availability at Fairmont Makati for 'Greek Freak Invades Manila' event with King Bally Entertainment Group.
net , a popular forum for Uber drivers, users appear irritated with the new compliments feature.
Overall, the number of comments, compliments and complaints dealt with by the city council rose 6.
So now we have both, and document as many compliments (and complaints) as we possibly can.
Both my children give compliments, and if I'm honest, it makes me very proud (and frankly I'll take any compliment these days even if it is from a six-year-old who wants something).
Khloe wrote on Twitter: "I am sorry but I do not find it a compliment when I am told I am 'the hot sister'.
com)-- After 10 successful editions of “National Compliment Day” in the Netherlands, the creators have expanded the day to encompass the world.
We would also encourage people to share with the team any compliments about NHS services they have experienced.
THERE were 58 complaints against West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service - and 383 formal compliments - last year.