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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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They add that the figure of 82 compliments is probably an underestimate.
This study investigates the following research question: What are Chinese International student participants' (CISPs) adaptive orientations to Caucasian American compliments in intercultural interactions?
@SPOTLIGHTBTS: How do you handle compliments like if I accept it to me it seems like I'm being conceited but if I don't then I feel like I'm being fake.
During the same period 22 compliments although the were made and some of them are included in the report.
"I feel I've got a real rapport with our customers and feel a sense of pride every day when I hear the wonderful compliments about our food.
As students arrived to school that morning, YAC members shouted compliments to students.
During Leaders' Questions, he said: "Compliments and commendations don't put meals on tables.
The committee looked at a report on the number of compliments and complaints the council had received.
Compliments continue to outweigh complaints, although favourable feedback saw a much more modest rise over the same time frame - 1,046 instances, up from 1,021 in 2016/17.
Clearly hoping for a flood of compliments, she was instead given a mixed bag from her 860,000 followers, who couldn't decide whether she was being boastful.
So, if you want to motivate your friend to work harder, try swapping some cash for pizza and compliments instead.