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Synonyms for tenure

Synonyms for tenure

the holding of something, such as a position

Synonyms for tenure

the right to hold property

give life-time employment to

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While a constitutionally guaranteed right of the employees, security of tenure "does not, however, mean perpetual employment for the employee," he stressed.
Bedi further said that the basic flaw in the administrative system is that it does not guarantee a security of tenure.
We want to see security of tenure - so that we can invest in ourselves.
It is only a few short years since the council tenants of Birmingham were subjected to a ferocious propaganda campaign from the council to surrender their security of tenure in exchange for the tender mercies of a private landlord.
At present, I am not looking to change security of tenure for Welsh social housing tenants.
But the plan to end security of tenure for council - and other social housing - tenants takes us right back to the darkest days of Tebbitism.
Regardless, DA still opposed the bill because "the proposition that an entire board can be evicted is destructive of the security of tenure without which an independent board cannot protect the journalistic freedom of it editorial staff.
The deals also give very limited security of tenure - often just six to 12 months.
CONTENTS I Introduction II Security of Tenure and Judicial Independence III Magistrates and Judicial Independence A Separation from the Public Service B Qualifications C Increasing Jurisdiction of Magistrates Courts IV Magistrates and Security of Tenure A Abolition of the Court as a Whole B Promotion C Retirement and Superannuation D Salary and Remuneration 1 Salary Levels 2 Remuneration Tribunals 3 Reduction in Remuneration E Removal from Office 1 The Higher Courts 2 The Magistracy F Suspension of Magistrates V Conclusion: Adequacy of Protection for Magistrates' Security of Tenure
Minister Williams said the new licenses will be "standardized for each company within the six geographical areas" to simplify administrative processes, and "regularized, so that operators have the proper security of tenure to be able to make the necessary investments";
The crisis impinges on all who are privately renting accommodation and facing rising rents with little security of tenure.
Robertson argues that, ultimately, women traders can improve their situation only through collective action that compels policy makers to institute loan schemes, stop police harassment, and provide low-cost selling spaces with security of tenure.
22 by the Labor and Employment Department, rejected the proposed 10-year suspension of collective bargaining, saying it is illegal and would remove their security of tenure which could lead to massive layoffs.
This judicial embrace of political expediency is as incompatible with coherent moral reasoning as it is incongruous on the part of a non-elected official, whose security of tenure insulates him from the play of pressure, interest, and opinion in the nation.
ALU-TUCP also urged Duterte to sign the said EO, as all workers deserve the security of tenure as stated in the Constitution.
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