fair treatment

fair treatment

 
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It was seldom he got as fair treatment as from this last farmer, and so as time went on he learned to shun the houses and to prefer sleeping in the fields.
So far, with the single exception of the attack made upon him, they had no reason to believe that they might not receive fair treatment from their captors, and so he reasoned that it might be wiser to avoid antagonizing them until such a time as he became thoroughly convinced that their intentions were entirely hostile.
The group does very important work in arguing the case for fair treatment for sickle cell and thalassaemia sufferers in the NHS, at work and in the benefits system."
The milestone report titled "Banking regulation and the campaign to mitigate the unintended consequences for trade finance" takes a close look at the regulation and compliance requirements that have come into force since the 2007 financial crisis and the industry's subsequent efforts in promoting their fair treatment of trade finance instruments.
Concerning his ejection from the Cabinet, Echesa deserves fair treatment as well.
Mallya also expressed anguish over him being tagged as a defaulter asking to be given a hearing and a fair treatment.
The exclusion of TVCs from important communications and fair treatment is part of a system of institutional racism, sexism, and discrimination." [Reference Link]:[https://medium.com/@GoogleWalkout/invisible-no-longer-googles-shadow-workforce-speaks-up-9ea04b7bcc41]
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) together with the Seafarers Rights International (SRI) hosted yesterday the first ever Regional Meeting on the Fair Treatment of Seafarers in an Event of a Maritime Accident in Asia at the Manila Hotel yesterday.
Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal welcomed the assurance that the federal government would provide fair treatment towards the development of the state.
Sanaullah Abbasi put stress upon all for fair treatment of women in the country and discussed how police are trying to spread awareness through educating its staff.
Chairman, Pakistan Bank's Association (PBA), Aftab Manzoor while appreciating SBP's efforts in promoting Fair Treatment of Consumer (FTC), shared that banks are also extensively focusing on right culture as a crucial component of Responsible Banking Conduct.