labour law

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labour law

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) those areas of law which appertain to the relationship between employers and employees and between employers and trade unions
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Based on a comparative analysis of four main international instruments of procurement regulations, she explores the main regulatory efforts to strike a balance between the objectives of efficiency and transparency in the procurement process and the achievement of social and labor policy concerns.
Pakistan's first labor policy was devised in 1972, in which May 1 was declared an official public holiday which also formulated the creation of the Social Security Network, Old Age Benefit Schemes and Workers Welfare Fund.
Mr Giles said Labor policy to stop production from unconventional wells will put people out of work, open up the Territory for millions in compensation and most importantly and alarmingly rob Alice Springs and Tennant Creek of gas to generate electricity.
Lin San-kuei, chief of Bureau of Employment and Vocational Training, under the Council of Labor Affairs, pointed out yesterday (April 17) that the bureau will convene the cross-border labor policy consultation and advisory panel in May to discuss the proposal.
The company also maintains a labor policy that reassigns workers rather than laying them off, which has led to a very low (2%) turnover rate and reduces hiring and training costs.
In these chapters, the author offers a differentiated view on the distribution of power within the Nazi party, the delusions of certain Nazi factions, the tactical moves of the episcopate, the mood among Austrian Catholic activists (who, among others, managed to stage the largest anti-Nazi demonstration in the history of the Third Reich), the popular reactions to Nazi labor policy, the limited accessibility of the rural population, and many other issues.
Labor policy assumes that employers have power and workers do not.
There are companies that object in principle to the Board, to the law, and to its basic premises--not simply to how the law is administered, acknowledges Daniel Yager, vice president of the Labor Policy Association, one of the main business lobbyists against the NLRB.
With Broken Promise, Gross completes a trilogy on the history of modern federal labor policy.
The Labor Policy Association, a nonprofit association of corporate human-resources executives, recently surveyed 123 Fortune 500 companies.
In The State and Labor in Modern America, Melvyn Dubofsky has summarized the historic record on how the State has worked with employers and employees to help shape labor policy.
Running parallel to these academic debates, although strangely dissociated from them, political controversy has centered on such issues as the human costs of South Korean development and the impact of Korean trade and labor policy on the U.