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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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If Alex, my wife, got a compliment off some guy she wouldn't feel bad about it.
Unlike an employee survey or poll, a feedback campaign in Pay Compliment is a 2-way interaction.
However, my compliment has a fixed-mindset implication.
Antetokounmpo said he's received compliments from other NBA players including LeBron James and Stephen Curry, but getting better starts with putting in the work and not just mere praise.
The new feature, dubbed Compliments, gives riders the ability to provide more detailed feedback on the ride.
99, from Superdrug, it's a quirky colour and will compliment bronzed skin.
Although there is certainly much to be learned from analyzing customer complaints, there is even more to be gained from gathering data on customer compliments.
I think the biggest compliment is this only that the major section of our audience is loving the film and second biggest compliment is when Milkha ji and his family saw the film and he hugged Prasoon, Rakeysh and me that was the biggest compliment for me," he added.
Activity 3 (Appendix A) targets the acquisition of compliment response strategies.
Jo Swinson also went on to say, which is where she really lost me, that fathers shouldn't compliment their partners in front of the kids, as it might suggest that a woman's value is in how they look.
The Client Relations Team provides confidential advice and information to patients, listens to their suggestions and manages both compliments and complaints about local services.