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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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With one estimate suggesting that processing returns costs the industry a whopping PS60bn a year, I completely understand retailers wanting to do something about this issue, but, in tackling these serial returners, they need to be careful not to punish the legitimate shoppers who are just desperate to find the perfect pair of jeans.
The scheme aims to empower returners and enable opportunities into technology by creating accessible routes into business.
The returners will be equipped with all the necessary skills, training and confidence to return to work in policing.
In the case of France, which was new to counter-radicalisation strategies at home and where women made up around 28% of its returners, the shift in policy meant sharp changes to the law and procedures.
Elk Grove: Coach Keith Kura is confident in his core returners and is ready to see the success that lies ahead of this strong Elk Grove team.
A toolkit, sponsored by Vodafone, and guidance have been created to support businesses that would like to employ returners.
This month, the first cohorts of STEM returners will start their 13-week returnship programmes at construction firm Kier and engineering firm Babcock.
We have a partnership with the Open University, providing women returners with online modules and support to give them maximum opportunities to gain skills and get back to work ready.
Around this time she also noticed a school gate trend of mothers, all former professionals, struggling to find a route back to work that fitted around their new lives, and so she cofounded Women Returners. Yesterday's annual conference included a panel of returners telling their stories, practical sessions on CV writing, industry trend talks, plus the presence of large public and private sector companies, like Credit Suisse and Bloomberg, which are actively looking to hire 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:
The schemes, funded from PS5million earmarked in this year's Budget, will offer training and support to help "returners" refresh their skills, as part of the Government's drive to close the gender pay gap.
It's the second year of the scheme, run in association with returnship experts Women Returners, which offers successful applicants the chance to use and grow their tech and business acumen with 02.