The act of recognizing, or the state of being recognized; acknowledgment; formal avowal; knowledge confessed or avowed; notice.
When the receiving sensitive indicates a psychic message is intended for a specific person, that target individual should give audible response of acknowledgment.
Developing an organisational culture that genuinely values and respects volunteers as well as acknowledging their efforts on a regular basis.
An acknowledgement of an employee's exceptional performance or achievements expressed in the form of praise, commendation or gratitude.
the state or quality of being recognized or acknowledged; "the partners were delighted with the recognition of their work"; "she seems to avoid much in the way of recognition or acknowledgement of feminist work prior to her own"
the explicit and formal acknowledgement of a government or of the national independence of a country; "territorial disputes were resolved in Guatemala's recognition of Belize in 1991"
Formal recognition: the process of granting official status to competences, either through the award of certificates or through the grant of equivalence, credit units, validation of gained competences; and/or social recognition: through acknowledgment of the value of competences by economic and social stakeholders. Source: Cedefop, 2003.
Acknowledgement that a clinician has achieved and consistently demonstrates the identified level of practice for a minimum of the previous six months.
The employer's acknowledgment of a union as the exclusive bargaining agent for the employees, given either voluntarily upon evidence of an employee petition, or by legal requirement after an election conducted by the government.
(U.S.) Acknowledgment that an accrediting organization meets or surpasses standards set by the entity conducting the recognition review.
a formal acknowledgement by a competent authority of the value of a foreign educational qualification with a view to access to educational and/or employment activities. An assessment of individual qualifications. Such assessment may be any kind of statement on the value of (in this case) a foreign qualification. Recognition refers to a formal statement by a competent recognition authority acknowledging the value of the qualification in question and indicating the consequences of this recognition for the holder of the qualification. For example a qualification may be recognised for the purposes of further study at a given level (academic recognition), or for the use of a title, or for the exercise of employment purposes (professional recognition) (see COMPETENT RECOGNITION AUTHORITY, QUALIFICATION, ACADEMIC RECOGNITION and PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION). Recognition can also refer to the accreditation of a higher education institution by another authority (see ACCREDITATION).
a) Formal recognition: the process of granting official status to skills and competences either -through the award of certificates or -through the grant of equivalence, credit units, validation of gained skills and/or competences and/or (b) social recognition: the acknowledgement of the value of skills and/or competences by economic and social stakeholders. [EQF
Formal or informal acknowledgment of a gift or contributed services, an event, communication, or significant item honoring a gift or a service.
Recognition in sociology is public acknowledgement of person's status or merits (achievements, virtues, service, etc).