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return

 [re-tern´]
a coming back.
venous return the flow of blood into the heart from the peripheral vessels.

return

(rē-tŭrn'),
1. Going or coming back; in cardiology, refers to blood flow.
2. In phlebotomy, the appearance of blood in the hub of the venipuncture apparatus.
[M.E., fr. L.L. retorno, , to turn again]
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A toolkit and guidance have been created to support companies that would like to employ returners.
A toolkit, sponsored by Vodafone, and guidance have been created to support businesses that would like to employ returners.
Responding to the launch of the Government's Returner Programme, which aims to help people back to work after a career break, Cllr Claire Kober, Chair of the LGA's Resources Board, said:
It includes mentoring from both 02 and Women Returners with regular training sessions to get up to speed on everything from digital tools to new time management practices.
Viv Anderson is an ambassador for the Nottingham City of Football project and was launching Rusty Returners sessions for men over 40.
2000) used data from Hungary to explore the issue and found a wage premium for women returners but not for men.
Understanding the current approaches and experiences of returners and their supervisors was imperative to understand existing models nationally and internationally (Sheppard et al 2010).
The course will cover the recent initiatives and changes, demystify them, and then give the returners the opportunity to practise their skills in a school environment.
We're well coached - Brady Seely does a great job - we've got some guys making plays, we've got some good returners.
Raevouri, 2005 Daily News Coach of the Year, has the luxury of five quality returners after losing Daily News Player of the Year and Foothill League MVP Stevy Loy (Columbia University) and Foothill second-place finisher Michelle Mannix ( UC Riverside) to graduation.
Nalbandian, in contrast to his big-serving opponent, is one of the top returners on the tour - he has won 37 per cent of his returning games, which is the second-highest total of the top 100 players.
Women returners will make up a significant proportion of new entrants to the labour force over the next decade and organisations will need to develop a range of policies in order to maximise the benefits that these potential employees can bring.