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peer group

a social group composed of people of a similar age or status.
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Consistent with previous research on peer group supervision (Crutchfield & Borders, 1997; Starling & Baker, 2000), the findings in this study offer support for the use of peer group multicultural supervision formats to increase school counselor trainees' abilities to conceptualize cases from a multicultural perspective.
I am proud of every member of the HTG Vendor Peer Group for taking the necessary leap to apply the principles of the peer group model to their own companies and channel relationships," said Arlin Sorensen, founder and CEO of the HTG Peer Groups.
This study was conducted using independently developed peer groups to identify S&P 500 and Russell 3000 companies where CEO compensation appears high relative to peer group pay and performance.
Among the programs HTG Peer Groups members can access are CompTIA member communities and special interest groups where they can network with like-minded executives, enjoy community-specific content and shape the direction of the groups.
We are excited to see these two mission critical organizations work hand-in-hand to enhance our peer group interaction and our business.
HARLAN, Iowa, April 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- HTG Peer Groups, a worldwide network of IT solution provider executives formed to collaborate and share business best practices, announces agenda details for its third annual HTG Summit, which runs May 2-5 at the Omni Mandalay Hotel in Las Colinas, Texas.
The Fair Lending Peer Group analysis provides detailed information on all applications, approvals, and denials for each peer group lender.
Periodic reports should compare investment performance with an appropriate index, peer group and to the policy statement's objectives.
Tiffany decided that she wanted to find an African American peer group who shared her interests, have teachers respect the quality of effort she invested in her work, and experience less antipathy from her White peers.
Most likely, the differences are due to a large complexity of issues, including race, gender, and among adolescents, one's peer group.