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staff association

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) an association of employees that performs some of the functions of a trade union, such as representing its members in discussions with the management, and may also have other social and professional purposes
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LAHORE -- The representatives of academic staff associations of various universities have condemned the federal government's move to slash higher education budget by 50pc and demanded the government allocate more budget to Higher Education Commission (HEC) as per its demand.
The National Chairman of GHARSA called on workers, unions and senior staff associations across the country to rise up and find out how their contributions were being used, and conditions under which their contributions are lent to the government, and bonds issued in lieu.
LAHORE -- As per the decision of Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Associations (FAPUASA) Punjab chapter, the Government College University Lahore Academic Staff Association Tuesday observed black day against the amendments in the criteria of appointment of Vice Chancellors in public sector universities.
This fall thousands of legislative staffers converged on cities across the nation to hone their skills at professional development seminars put on by NCSL's nine professional staff associations. In addition to the groups below, seminars were held by the National Association of Legislative Fiscal Offices, the National Association of Legislative Information Technology, the National Legislative Program Evaluation Society, the Legal Services Staff Section and the Commitee, Legal, Editorial and Research Staff Association.
The Joint Action Committee of all Teaching Staff Associations of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and all Doctor Associations would be contacted to deal with the issue and decided to talk to the Government, said a press release.
The DUTA received feedbacks from 47 college staff associations, out of which only three colleges have spoken in favour of the FYUP.
Trainers, jockeys, owners, breeders and stable staff associations were invited by the Curragh to nominate one person each who they felt were deserving of recognition at today's meeting.
David Williams, director of personnel, said: 'We work with the staff associations, trade unions and representative groups and have introduced some of the most forward thinking policies in any force.
Neil Kinnock, the European Commission Vice-President with responsibility =for Internal Administrative Reform, has been forced to repeal an =agreement dating back to September 1974 on relations between the =Commission and trade union and staff associations in the light of a =recent ruling by the Court of First Instance.In the context of the modernisation of social dialogue within the =Commission, the EU executive adopted a new framework agreement in =October 1999 bringing far-reaching reforms to relations between the =Commission and its trade union and staff associations, providing in =particular that the number of representatives of each body should be =directly proportional to its electoral weight (*).
They now hope to persuade staff associations at other banks to join.
It states that 'Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association and Academic Staff Associations of individual universities are striving hard to match with the challenges faced by the institutions of higher learning in the country.
The association decided to a Joint Action Committee of all Teaching Staff Associations of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and all other Doctor Associations would be constituted to deal with the issue of IBP and take it up with the government.

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