2009年2月22日 星期日

loyalist, loyalty and trust



陷入信任危機
trust or trust-loyalty 是 out of the crisis 的關鍵字

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Since the workers are the beneficiaries of what would otherwise be profits, labor- management trust comes naturally.2 Fear of unfriendly takeover. ...
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relationship of loyalty and trust to improve the quality of incoming materials and to decrease costs. The consumer is the most important part of the ...
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Move toward a single supplier for any one item, on a long-term relationship of loyalty and trust. 5. Improve constantly and forever the system of production ...
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... in 1950 on the need to improve incoming materials, and on advice to establish with every vendor a long-term working relationship of loyalty and trust. ...
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... improvement of incoming materials is to make a partner of every vendor, and to work together with him on a long-term relationship of loyalty and trust. ...
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Is this a good way for the management to build up loyalty and trust with the employees? 8. Drive out fear.7 No one can put in his best performance unless he ...
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How many two years ago? How many three years ago? d. What is your program for developing long-term relationships of loyalty and trust with your suppliers ...
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They must work with the chosen vendor for any one item on a long-term relationship of trust and loyalty to improve the uniformity and dependability of ...

Definition

loyal Show phonetics
adjective
firm and not changing in your friendship with or support for a person or an organization, or in your belief in your principles:
Jack has been a loyal worker in this company for almost 50 years.
When all her other friends deserted her, Steve remained loyal.
She's very loyal to her friends.
NOTE: The opposite is disloyal.

loyally Show phonetics
adverb

loyalty Show phonetics
noun [U]
the quality of being loyal:
His loyalty was never in question.
Her loyalty to the cause is impressive.

loyalties Show phonetics
plural noun
your feelings of support or duty towards someone or something:
My loyalties to my family come before anything else.
divided loyalties (= feelings of support for two different and opposing people or things)

勤王與忠義

日本
loy・al・ism ━━ n. 忠義, 勤王.
(台灣有些人將此翻譯為"遺民")

loy·al·ist (loi'ə-lĭst) pronunciation
n.
  1. One who maintains loyalty to an established government, political party, or sovereign, especially during war or revolutionary change.
  2. Loyalist See Tory (sense 2).
  3. Loyalist One who supported the established government of Spain during the Spanish Civil War.
loyalism loy'al·ism n.

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