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busy and useless activity

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a rapid active commotion

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"In partnership, ADOS and Alderley FZE enhance each other's offering to further improve the service to our customers in Abu Dhabi - becoming a single source solutions provider," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
Complementing ADOS' six locations across the UAE, the new centre will allow ADOS to be closer to its customers, with an ideal technical and geographical setup for just-in-time manufacturing capabilities.
Second, the 19-shift counter built into StaffLink did not accurately calculate ADOs for those working combinations of shifts (such as 8 and ten hours) in a roster cycle.
At the same time funds have been cut, jobs created and retained by ADOs in the state decreased from 8,411 jobs in 2008 to 6,635 jobs in 2010, according to a report from the state commerce department.
The integrated services platform at Ruwais coupled with a thorough understanding of client's facilities and their needs, enables Hydratight, along with ADOS, to deliver safe and efficient plant start-ups, maintenance and shutdown programmes every time, no matter how complex the process, says Shehada.
Following continued dialogue and debate with the Ministry and HealthShare, it became clear that StaffLink had at least one fundamental flaw in its software--it was not including the extra annual leave provided to shift workers when calculating ADO entitlements.
For the past three months I have not had the opportunity to take ADOs because work has been too busy.
I have taken two, three-week periods of annual leave in the past year but was not rostered for ADOs in either of those months.
I work in the public sector and understand we are only able to accrue three ADOs, and that if we accrue more we lose them.
ADOs once set should be in a continuous cycle unless circumstances require a change.
I work in the public sector and have heard from my colleagues that there has been a reduction in the number of ADOs we can accrue and if you accrue more than the limit you lose them.
Our NUM has advised us that we can only have 12 ADOs per year and that she will be rostering us all one per month.
Many of you are familiar with Assignment Despite Objection (ADO) forms.