lookback

lookback

A colloquial term for retrospective research, that is, for any investigation that attempts to review the underlying causes of an event.
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The second method is the lookback measurement method, under which an employer may determine the status of an employee as a full-time employee during a future period (referred to as the stability period) based on the employee's hours of service in a prior period (referred to as the measurement period).
111-148, on how to measure the lookback period for an employee under the lookback measurement method when the measurement period applicable to the employee changes.
This new release emphasizes performance and ease of use for professionals by delivering 100% full packet capture and a longer 48TB lookback period to help users find the data necessary to review, examine and diagnose network incidents and troubleshoot related issues.
HYWEL WILLIAMS |debunks several myths in his controversial lookback at the bitter 1984-85 Miners' Strike
If an employer does not know on an employee's hire date whether the employee will be full-time (referred to as "variable hour, seasonal or part-time"), the employer can use an optional lookback measurement period during which the employee's hours of service are measured, an administrative period during which the employer determines who is a FT employee, and a subsequent stability period of at least six months during which health coverage must be offered.
Lookback into history--people didn't have Facebook, but they had marauding hordes, child mortality, and 40-year life spans.
There were far too many gigs to feature them all in this lookback, but we shouldn't forget the other venues, such as Sage Gateshead, Newcastle City Hall, O2 Academy Newcastle and the Tyne Theatre, who all played host to an eclectic mix of acts.
Aneurin Bevan Health Board said that, as part of a lookback exercise to find any patients who may have contracted the disease from the worker, who is now retired, two further women had been identi-fied, bringing the total to four.
2) Longstaff (1995) obtains an upper bound on the marketability discount consistent with this range by modeling the value of marketability as the price of a lookback put option.
This is a great example of the progress being made under the Administration's regulatory lookback initiative," added Office of Management and Budget Director Sylvia Mathews Burwell.
Prevalent users of a medication are patients with a history of filling a medication of interest within a defined lookback period (e.