employers' association


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employers' association

an association of employers whose principal purpose includes the regulation of relations between employers and workers or trade unions.
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The Building Trades Employers' Association will provide the kind of networking support needed to help these businesses grow and create new contract opportunities for MWBEs.
when the printing industry first formed its Association it was on a social plane and its first meeting was not held on a street corner nor a hall, but over a meal with refreshments (1976: 135) The importance of craft and tradition in the affairs of the printing industry employers' association has much in common with the experiences of the printing industry unions.
Any outstanding contract issues that are unresolved between the union and the Health Employers' Association of B.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-5 April 2004-Danish bank employees union and Greenland's employers' association agree on new collective agreement for Gronlandsbanken A/S - report(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Peter Hasler, director of the Swiss employers' association, has criticised the study for brushing over the fact that 58 per cent of companies said they would be willing to retain employees over 65.
We also changed our name from Employers' Association of Illinois to simply Employers' Association to throw off the shackles of territorial restrictions.
So long as rich pickings, or at least an adequate supply of work, remained for the independent builders, they were unlikely to join an employers' association voluntarily.
Coletti, president & CEO of the Building Trades Employers' Association (BTEA) announced that Jay Badame of Tishman Construction Corp.
The Swedish aviation employers' association and Sweden's transportation workers' union have launched negotiations to avert strike action.
Hydro and in private companies, says the Health Employers' Association of B.
Officials at the Icelandic National Economic Institute and the country's employers' association have expressed their disappointment over the high figures.
Its members include the Ministry of Commerce and Economy, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, the Agency for Investment Promotion (ARIS), Romanian Association for Electronic and Software Industries (ARIES), the Employers' Association of the Software and Services Industry (ANIS), the Association for Information and Communications Technology (APDETIC), and the Association for Information and Communications Technologies (ATIC).

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