Quietism is attested from 1687, on model of mysticism, originally in ref. priest in Rome, whose "Guida spirituale" was published 1675 and condemned by the Inquisition in 1685. "I can't quite agree with you there," said the lawyer, quietly.
is attested from 1382; the verb is first attested 1440.
If you answer "yes" to any of the following questions, then you should consider taking further steps toward the management of favoritism in your workplace.
Does anything happen "behind closed doors" regarding the identification of employees for different development programs?
She set the candle on the floor, and put in the key as quietly as she could. The influence of Le Moyne was still on him, however, and he went on quietly with what he was doing.
"Raise two more mantlets by the poop-lanthorn," said Sir Nigel quietly. "To-morrow morning, then," he said quietly, and went out the door.
At worst, they’re willfully blind to the ways they feed a relationship that largely just benefits them.
Friendship in Trump’s definition appears fickle and doesn’t seem to require having spoken directly to, played golf with, or had the person down to Mar-a-Lago for a weekend “away from it all.” By these Trumpian measures, the president-elect may indeed have a longtime friend in Kanye West.To accomplish this, a very attentive management group must be willing to carefully go over every element of the existing employee development policies and procedures.If you are wondering if your company may be a victim of favoritism, there are a few questions that you need to ask yourself.He's like so many young men who are "just friends" with single, young women who believe the relationship might actually be going somewhere.At best, these guys are unwittingly part of a relationship that deceptively looks like a good deal for both parties.