Know Your Customer

Business / Finance / Know Your Customer: An ethical foundation of securities brokers that an adviser who recommends the purchase or sale of any security to a customer, must believe that the recommendation is suitable for the customer, given the customer's financial situation.

Other Words for Customer

Customer Noun Synonyms: chap, fellow, character, person, guy, bloke
Customer Adjective Synonyms: client, patron, buyer, purchaser, consumer
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Other Words for Know

Know Verb Synonyms: recognize, identify, recall, remember, recollect
Know Noun Synonyms: understand, comprehend, be familiar with, grasp, be acquainted with, be versed or skilled in
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Knowledge Worker

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Knowledge Worker: Employees whose job functions are primarily of an intellectual nature. MORE

Knowledge-Based Pay

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Knowledge-Based Pay: A salary differentiation system that bases compensation on an individual’s education, experience, knowledge, skills or specialized training. Also referred to as skill-based pay. MORE

Level Your Eyes

Health / Pilates / Level Your Eyes: To focus your eyes horizontally straight ahead of you. Leveling your eyes will help maintain proper neck and head placement, as well as enhance your balance. MORE

Knowledge Skills And Abilities (KSAs)

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Knowledge Skills And Abilities (KSAs): The attributes required to perform a job; generally demonstrated through qualifying experience, education or training. MORE

Knowledge Mapping

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Knowledge Mapping: A process used to create a summation of the knowledge an organization will need in order to support its overall goals, objectives, strategies and missions. MORE

Knowledge Integration

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Knowledge Integration: Knowledge integration is broadly defined as the assimilation, extraction, transformation and loading of information from disparate systems into a single more unified, consistent and accurate data stor MORE

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