These posters indicate that the employer participates in E-Verify and describes employees’ rights under the program.The posters, available at the E-Verify Web site, must be displayed in both English and Spanish.
a contract by which one engages gratuitously to perform services for another. (in modern civil law) any contract by which a person undertakes to perform services for another. (international law) to assign (territory) to a nation under a mandate 6. (obsolete) to give a command to n.“judicial or legal order,” c.1500, from Middle French mandat (15c.) and directly from Latin mandatum “commission, command, order,” noun use of neuter past participle of mandare “to order, commit to one’s charge,” literally “to give into one’s hand,” probably from manus “hand” (see manual) dare “to give” (see date (n.1)). Meaning “to delegate authority, permit to act on behalf of a group” is from 1958; used earlier in the context of the League of Nations, “to authorize a power to control a certain territory for some specified purpose” (1919). A command or an expression of a desire, especially by a group of voters for a political program.
an order or decree by the emperor, especially to governors of provinces. (politics) the support or commission given to a government and its policies or an elected representative and his policies through an electoral victory 3. (formerly) any of the territories under the trusteeship of the League of Nations administered by one of its member states 4(transitive) (ˈmændeɪt) 5.
The insurance companies will have to raise rates on those remaining insured in order to make up the lost revenue.
That will further increase the pressure on healthier individuals to opt out of buying health insurance, which will further increase rates, until the market collapses.
to authorize or decree (a particular action), as by the enactment of law: The state legislature mandated an increase in the minimum wage. to order or require; make : to mandate sweeping changes in the election process. to consign (a territory, colony, etc.) to the charge of a particular nation under a mandate. an official or authoritative instruction or command 2.
an entrance requirement that they ditch their gangsta duds for Nora the Explorer pink trackie daks.In the face of this crisis, policy makers and health care providers have responded vigorously with numerous recommendations and proposed reforms to reduce the risk of harm.While we applaud the recognition of the problem and the effort to solve it, it is imperative that recommendations, and particularly mandates, are evidence-based and are not so costly that they jeopardize alternative, proven strategies. a command or authorization to act in a particular way on a public issue given by the electorate to its representative: The president had a clear mandate to end the war. a command from a superior court or official to a lower one: The appellate court resolved the appeal and issued a mandate to the district judge. an authoritative order or command: a royal mandate. (in the League of Nations) a commission given to a nation to administer the government and affairs of a former Turkish territory or German colony. an order issued by the pope, especially one commanding the preferment of a certain person to a benefice. Political sense of “approval supposedly conferred by voters to the policies or slogans advocated by winners of an election” is from 1796. Politicians elected in landslide victories often claim that their policies have received a mandate from the voters.Healthier individuals will tend to opt out of the system.