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What are occasional activities?

What are occasional activities?

An ‘occasional activity’ is an activity specified in section 6(4) of the AML/CFT Act (other. than an ‘occasional transaction’) that does not involve a business relationship between. the reporting entity and the customer, i.e. can be classified as a ‘one-off.

What is the suitable form of occasional?

infrequent, unusual, rare, intermittent, random, particular, odd, casual, desultory, especial, exceptional, exclusive, few, incidental, off and on, scarce, seldom, special, specific, uncommon.

How often does occasionally mean?

occasionally typically means midway between “three to six times a year” and “about once or twice a month”; and very often typically means “about once a week.” One can see in the table that the difference in definition by topic, for each category, is roughly a full point on the rating scale.

What type of word is occasionally?

Occasionally is an adverb – Word Type.

Is occasionally more than sometimes?

As adverbs the difference between occasionally and sometimes is that occasionally is from time to time; now and then; once in a while; irregularly while sometimes is on certain occasions, or in certain circumstances, but not always.

What’s the definition of irregular or occasional overtime?

The term “irregular or occasional overtime work” is defined as “overtime work that is not part of an employee’s regularly scheduled administrative workweek.” (See also 5 CFR 551.501 (c), which defines it as “overtime work that is not scheduled in advance of the workweek.”)

What is the dictionary definition of the word occasional?

English Language Learners Definition of occasional. : happening or done sometimes but not often : not happening or done in a regular or frequent way. : sometimes doing a particular job or activity. See the full definition for occasional in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

What is the general schedule for federal employees?

The General Schedule. The General Schedule (GS) is the predominant pay scale for federal employees, especially employees in professional, technical, administrative or clerical positions. The system consists of 15 grades, from GS-1, the lowest level, to GS-15, the highest level. There are also 10 steps within each grade.

What’s the difference between a career ladder and a GS?

Some positions are labeled ‘career ladder’ positions. In such a position the employee is eligible for promotion to a higher grade without applying for a new position. For example, a GS-5/7/9 career ladder enables a recent graduate to move from a GS-5 to a GS-7 to a GS-9 without switching jobs in as little as three years!

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