(redirected from tick box exercise) box ticking exercise. A popular UK term for any activity that is performed perfunctorily and with resignation, more to serve a bureaucratic expediency than to accomplish any higher purpose. A small box on a form into which a tick or cross is entered as the res. 2 as modifier Denoting or relating to a procedure or process carried out purely to satisfy convention, rules, or regulations: a bureaucratic tick-box exercise a tick-box mentality. Interviewing is often seen as a tick box exercise rather than an opportunity to get to know the candidate so that you can represent them properly and discuss in detail their benefits with your client.
So, how do you get a system that truly makes aid more effective, rather than simply creating a tick-box exercise, ignored once satisfactorily completed? Join our live chat this Thursday, 13 July, at 1pm BST, to share your experiences and thoughts on making development more transparent. Contractors and subcontractors must be treated just like any other employee under the new health and safety law. Validation and verification reporting on such vital HVAC equipment should not, they argue, merely be viewed as a ‘tick-box exercise’; it should instead ‘comprehensively inform key stakeholders, and ultimately form part of clinical governance, thus protecting those ultimately named responsible for organisation-wide safety at Trust board level’.
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Transparency: More Than A Tick-box Exercise?
Australia has been recognised as the world’s green leader by the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark for five years in a row. E-safety: more than just a tick-box exercise. Amid concerns about safeguarding and Prevent measures, RM Education says it’s vital to be protected. Author: Mandy Hetherton, Senior Associate at Action Learning Associates. In this white paper, Mandy explores the challenges and opportunities in evaluating action learning. STUC16 The STUC condemned cuts to education which so often follow on from council cuts, especially attacks on support staff numbers which damage the learning experiences of our most vulnerable you.