impairment evaluation

impairment evaluation

A means of measuring an employee's suitability for a particular job, esp. one in which the employee's performance may affect the health or safety of the employee or others. Some employers prefer using impairment testing rather than random drug screening to assess the fitness of workers for employment in safety-conscious work environments, e.g., hospitals. Synonym: impairment testing
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The Ministry of Employment, Productivity & Industrial Relations will hold Phase One of its Permanent Impairment Evaluation training for doctors in Nadi next week.
Star Reefers carried out an impairment evaluation as at 30 June 2011 resulting in an impairment charge of USD12.
It describes the thought process of impairment evaluation and the mechanics necessary to arrive at the correct impairment ratings for the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Editions of the Guides for comparison.
Chapters on the Americans with Disabilities Act, disability/ impairment evaluation, and drug testing will be of use to most family physicians.
Thus, a specific impairment evaluation may include anywhere from one asset up to all of the long-lived assets of a specific entity.
When events or changes in circumstances indicate die carrying value of an asset may not be recoverable, the entity needs to make an impairment evaluation on those assets.
SAN DIEGO -- Impairment Resources LLC, the nation's leading resource on impairment evaluation, announces the appointment of Julie Osborn to the position of Chief Operating Officer.
In performing our goodwill impairment evaluation, we determined that Nickel skin care product sales continued to be below our expectations, which resulted in the impairment charge.
Accordingly, Viad performed a preliminary impairment evaluation of goodwill and other intangible assets.
The impairment charge which as previously announced was anticipated, resulted in a write-off in the amount of $56 million of goodwill based upon the results of its recently completed annual goodwill impairment evaluation.
The goodwill impairment loss is attributable to a significant decline in the Company's market capitalization during the fourth quarter of 2008 and uncertainty regarding the automotive industry, which resulted in a reduction in the future cash flow projections and comparable company multiples used in the annual goodwill impairment evaluation of the Sandy as compared to the prior year.
These forward-looking statements include, among others, our expectations regarding our loan loss provision, ORE liquidation costs, charge-offs, and credit impact for the fourth quarter of 2008; the assumptions underlying our expectations; and any additional impact to our fourth quarter earnings resulting from our further assessment of goodwill impairment evaluation.