high trust

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high trust

high trust

high-trust system

High-value divorces and trusts

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Central London Property Trust Ltd v High Trees House Ltd (1947)

Timing of disposal of Bermuda trust: Court of Appeal overturns High Court decision

Browne, John Francis Archibald (1902 - 1978), a Trustee: the Historic Churches Preservation Trust; the Dulverton Trust (Secretary, 1953–66); High Steward of Harwich, 1966–76; a Governor of the Thomas Wall Trust

Evaluating high risk research: an assessment of the Wellcome Trust's Sir Henry Wellcome Commemorative Awards for Innovative Research

CORBETT, James Patrick (born 1952), QC 1999; FCIArb; Trust and Estate Practitioner, since 2005; a Deputy High Court Judge and Deputy Mercantile Judge, since 2007

LUTZ, Marianne Christine (born 1922), Headmistress, Sheffield High School for Girls (Girls’ Public Day School Trust), 1959–83

HARTLEY, John Robert (born 1955), Headteacher, Saffron Walden County High School, since 2004; Chief Executive, Saffron Academy Trust, since 2012

BOWERING, Christine (born 1936), Chairman, Nottingham City Hospital NHS Trust, 1998–2006; Headmistress, Nottingham High School for Girls (GPDST), 1984–96

R v Secretary of State for the Environment, ex parte Rose Theatre Trust Co. [1990] 1 QB 504, High Court (Queen’s Bench Division)

BEVAN, Yasmin (Prodhan) (born 1953), Chief Executive, Chiltern Learning Trust, 2013–14 (Executive Principal and Headteacher: Denbigh High School and Challney High School for Boys, 2008–14; Dallow Primary School, 2014; Headteacher, Denbigh High School, 1991–2014)

MITCHELL, Henry Tai (1877 - 1944), JP; Chairman, Arawa Trust Board; Councillor, Rotorua Borough; Member of National Patriotic Fund Board (New Zealand), NZ Anglican Mission Trust Board and Board of Governors, Rotorua High School

LEE-JONES, Christine (born 1948), JP; DL; MA; Head Mistress, Manchester High School for Girls, 1998–2008; non-executive Director, Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust Liverpool, since 2008


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Is a description given to a pattern of employment relations based on the assumption that employees are committed to the organization and motivated to work on its behalf and therefore do not require close supervision or financial incentives. On the contrary, it is argued that high-trust relations flourish where employees are offered security of employment, are paid a salary tied only notionally to measures of worker performance, and are allowed wide scope for discretion at work. High-trust relations are found most readily in managerial and professional employment, although experiments with employee involvement and high commitment management are meant to reproduce the pattern for other categories of employee. [See also low trust.]

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