restrictive practice


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restrictive practice

n
1. (Commerce) a trading agreement against the public interest
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a practice of a union or other group tending to limit the freedom of other workers or employers
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The call for evidence, due to be launched shortly, will look for views on whether this type of restrictive practice is acting as a barrier to innovation and employment and preventing start-ups from prospering.
The Compensation on Termination provision of CCL, common to most of the GCC, is considered as a restrictive practice by the World Trade Organization (WTO) and therefore, pursuant to Oman's accession to the World Trade Organization and towards fulfilling its international obligations and commitments, the new amendments were passed.
Kaakbay president Alain Pascua cited DOTC's manual of bidding procedures barring any firm due to "inclusion in a blacklist issued by any governmental agency of the Philippines or in the Debarred and Cross-Debarred Firms and Individuals listed posted in the World Bank website (www.worldbank.org/debarr), whether as individual contractor, partnership, corporation, or any other juridical entity, or as member of a joint venture or consortium or involvement in any corrupt, fraudulent, coercive, undesirable or restrictive practice or having conflicts of interest."
"This is going back to the early 2000s and it was turned down by the Championship because some clubs trying to get it into the Premier League felt it was a restrictive practice. There are pros and cons for that model and it would need to be factored in as part of a raft of measures relating to improving finances.
Now when you look at it from a different aspect, this could be construed as restrictive practice.
To the Editor: As a neurosurgeon of over 20 years' standing, I write about the iniquitous and restrictive practice of medical aids, which is having an unbearable impact on all practitioners.
AINSISTING that your 206 is serviced at a Peugeot dealer is restrictive practice. The Office of Fair Trading recently said it was no longer mandatory to service your car at a franchised dealer.
I have complained to Ofcom about this blatant restrictive practice but all they say is they will not take any action based on one complaint and they wont tell me how many more they have had unless I ask them in writing.
As a result Dr Berry was immediately placed on restrictive practice while an internal investigation was carried out.
A restrictive practice is any practice or intervention that restricts the rights or freedom of movement of a person for the primary purpose of protecting the person or others from harm.
'The result of this directive has been restrictive practice, which excluded all non-architects though they may have the right qualifications and experience.
The new French governments decision to charge a 40 fee for every worker operating in France on a temporary basis and employed by a foreign company is a restrictive practice which will severely curtail the ability of UK logistics operators to work effectively in continental Europe, according to the Freight Transport Association, the UKs largest membership association in the freight sector.