Labour Exchange


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labour exchange

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Brit a former name for employment office
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labour exchange

n (dated Brit) → Arbeitsamt nt

Labour Exchange

n (Brit) (old) → ufficio di collocamento
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LOOKING to right one of the many of Boro's latest problems, I would suggest that the next time Garry Monk picks his team, he goes to the labour exchange and picks the first 11 men out of the dole queue.
So after a week of trying to get a driving job out of the Mail ads I went to the Labour Exchange on the Soho Road, but they only had two on offer.
Our examination system is very unfair - those who do well are offered the best facilities available, but those who do not have no alternative but to go along to the labour exchange and take the jobs on offer, which may not be the right jobs for the applicant.
The former Labour Exchange, on Penydarren Road, has had planning permission granted for 12 houses and eight flats to be built.
Lithuania's Labour Exchange is in no rush to facilitate employment conditions for people from third countries, forcing them to choose other countries where employment takes considerably less time, Kauno Diena daily said.
November 12, 1915: The Examiner reported that Miss F Hermin Durham had been appointed Chief Woman Officer of the Labour Exchange on a salary of between PS400 and PS450 a year.
One reply was that 5,000 men from the Labour Exchange were employed to work day and night clearing roads and the reduced number of buses was due to petrol rationing.
I knew a hospital porter who took an hour off every Tuesday to sign on at the Labour Exchange.
If you saw the man with the hat dragging his depressed-looking dog arriving at the labour exchange wouldn't you make a run for it?
It will subsidize up to three months of training in private firms for 1,500 beneficiaries, help expand the current electronic labour exchange, and conduct studies aimed at developing a national employment strategy.
In the Middle Ages it was not only a place of worship, but a market place and a labour exchange.
Many fine tradesmen find themselves back at the labour exchange as more and more factories opt for the cheaper option of producing goods abroad - and no leading political party is doing anything to stop it.