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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Considering that the reconstruction of the Crnaja tunnel on the M17 main road has also been announced, also on one of the key roads in BiH, the Employers' Association warns the Government of FBiH and the FBiH Roads that the works on the reconstruction of the Crnaja tunnel cannot start before the works on reconstruction of the Vranduk tunnel have been completed.
Shona Struthers, chief executive of Colleges Scotland Employers' Association, said: "Lecturers in Scotland are the best paid in the UK, earning approximately PS10,000 more than their English counterparts, and the pay harmonisation rises from 2017 to 2020, combined with the improved pay offer agreed in principle with the EIS-FELA, equate to a national average increase of over PS5,000 - or more than 13 per cent.
Kyritsis accused employers' associations of arrogance and class hate.
"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."
The biggest emphasis of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS), Chamber of Trade Crafts and Small Business (OZS), the Chamber of Commerce (TZS), the Employers' Association, the Association of Trade Crafts Employers and the Manager Association is on creating a climate friendly to business.
Scandinavian Airlines Sverige AB, the Swedish subsidiary of the Scandinavian airline SAS Group, said on Sunday (27 May) that the negotiations between the Swedish Salaried Employees' Union/Scandinavian Cabin Crew Association and SAS/Swedish Air Transport Industry Employers' Association have not yet led to an agreement.
University and Colleges Employers' Association (Ucea) has called for talks with teaching unions to resolve the current crisis which could mean some final year students do not graduate this summer.
Unions representing university academics and academic staff - the Association of University Teachers, the lecturers' union and the Educational Institute of Scotland - submitted their joint pay claim to the Universities and Colleges Employers' Association.
EEF West Midlands, an employers' association that deals with firms in the engineering, manufacturing and technology-based industries, was responsible following MG Rover's collapse for redeploying the engineering and commercial apprentices.
(Appropriately enough, Sudwestmetall are the German employers' association for the steel and electrical industries.) Laser-cut steel sheets, up to 1.5 X 6m in size, seamlessly cover walls, doors, windows, roofs and even the landscaped garden.
The Employers' Association reportedly expressed satisfaction with the reached agreement, but the Finnish Airline Pilots' Association would still hold discussions over its provisions.
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.

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