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employers' association

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a body of employers, usually from the same sector of the economy, associated to further the interests of member companies by conducting negotiations with trade unions, providing advice, making representations to other bodies, etc
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A commission was set up of which members are the Employers Organization, the textile cluster, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy and we drafted a proposal on subsidizing wages in case the minimum age is driven up to beyond the present 12,500 denars," says Angel Dimitrov, President of the Employers' Organization.
Summary: President of the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA) Samir Majoul responded favorably to the invitation of the head of the Libyan employers' organization Mohamed Raied, for a
The employers' organization also hailed the efforts of the security forces and the army in the fight against saboteurs and offenders, confirming that the preservation of security and stability remains an essential element in overcoming the country's economic and social difficulties.
Roberto Suarez Santos, the 31-year-old director of the labor relations department of the powerful Spanish Employers' Organization, takes only working lunches himself these days, but he still looks upon the siesta as something that enhanced his parents' lives.
The head of Japan's largest employers' organization voiced concern Wednesday about the possible negative impact of the yen's recent surge against the dollar on exports.
The head of Japan's largest employers' organization said Tuesday the dollar's plunge to the 106 yen level would damage the Japanese economy as its recovery still depends on exports.
Summary: In a recent interview on French radio RFI (Radio France International), President of the Tunisian employers' organization (UTICA), who attended an international mobilization initiative to support Tunisia, gave an accurate
Summary: A business council between the Confederation of Tunisian Citizen Enterprises (CONECT) and the Association of Jordanian businessmen was established in Amman, Tunisia's second employers' organization announced Thursday.
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