restrictive practice

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This is a ground-breaking step in our efforts to reduce the use of restrictive practices.
Strange how outdated methods of work in other industries are called restrictive practices, in Parliament they are traditions to be retained at any cost.
They were the victims of trade union-inspired over-manning, restrictive practices and constant strikes, which made them hopelessly unproductive and uncompetitive.
Fighting corrupt and restrictive practices represents an immense challenge for any type of business.
The second mechanism gives the Commission the right to investigate allegations of restrictive practices by a third country.
The enquiry is looking into the restrictive practices of auto manufacturers in providing spare parts to independent dealers.
Although countries are already free to impose national regulations, the US and its allies argue that enshrining the approach in a treaty would extend international legitimacy to repressive regimes that want to limit internet communications, while also making it easier for countries to co-operate on censorship and other restrictive practices, the report said.
In fact, if the unions scrapped some of their archaic restrictive practices, then train operating companies might be encouraged to plough in further investment leading to still more jobs.
I know the law changed to take into account restrictive practices, etc, but surely someone, somewhere needs to have a look at this.
Last year the Competition Commission exposed restrictive practices between two bus companies in the region resulting in higher fares and poorer services for passengers.
The restrictive practices of France and Germany have not been outlawed by the European Commission, does that not explain as to who runs that parliament show.
The restrictive practices of the consultants' closed shop should be ended and greater emphasis given to the creation of multi-discipline teams.