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Campaign group Unlock Democracy said the practice of employing family members should be phased out for all MPs.
Arguably the oddest example of an AM employing a relative is Labour AM Mike Hedges' employment of his wife as an office cleaner for an hour a week.
This case study explores how Navy Special Warfare Group One is employing network-centric warfare capabilities in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and the Global War on Terrorism.
Spicer Axle Division in Fort Wayne, which makes light car and truck axles, employing 2,515; and ITT Aerospace Communications Division, also in Fort Wayne, making tactical communications equipment and employing 2,000.
2) Not Trained but Justified: The officer employed use of force that was not a trained technique recognized by the employing agency.
The Fund's superior risk-adjusted return is a testament to the work of the portfolio managers employing complementary and lowly correlated investment strategies" said Stephen J.
There are no rules against employing relatives and previously there had been no obligation to declare them publicly.
2-megapixel digital camera employing the new proprietary Super CCD SR sensor technology.
After the adjustment, it reported only 308,260 African American-owned firms employing 121,373 workers--which is equivalent to 1.
The plaintiffs had argued that Marshfield Clinic had violated the antitrust laws through activities that included employing or contracting with a large percentage of the physicians in the market and refusing to allow its physicians to affiliate with any HMO that competed with its HMO.
Located in the borough of Saint-Laurent, the newly constructed Reebok headquarters occupies 350,000 total square feet and it is the new home to both, Reebok Canada and Reebok's global hockey division, employing 376 full time people.
There is currently nothing to prevent Cardiff Bay politicians employing their relatives, although the Western Mail understands an independent review panel is considering imposing restrictions on the issue, which was last night condemned as "an outdated practice [that] should be condemned to the dustbin of history".

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