labor contract

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Synonyms for labor contract

contract between labor and management governing wages and benefits and working conditions

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(25.05%), has been operating at reduced capacity since January 11, 2018, after union members rejected a proposed labor contract for hourly employees.
"The sides began negotiations on the new labor contract for the next two years 4 months prior to expiration date.
China's Labor Contract Law was adopted by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on June 29, 2007, and came into force on January 1, 2008.
He called on the embassies of the protesting countries to understand the stance of the UAE and its objectives of approving the unified labor contract, which guarantees the rights of the domestic help and determine the obligations of the two parties, under the new procedures being approved by the Ministry of Interior for bringing in and hiring domestic servants.
BEIRUT: Hundreds of Bank Employees Union members staged a sit-in outside the Saifi headquarters of the Association of Lebanese Banks Friday afternoon in the latest escalation of their campaign to renew the collective labor contract.
(6) Jing writes that migrant workers in China encounter various difficulties and labor abuses, and have become a major labor force in China's industrial development: labor regulations often provide insufficient remedies for violations of labor rights, there are laws and regulations that extend a fair amount of protection to rural workers, and the Labor Contract Law does not provide for any penalty for employers who do not pay social security premiums, and fails to provide an adequate measure to enhance social security coverage for migrant workers.
In Chinese history of development of employment relation, 2008 is a special year in which the "Three Labor Laws" ("Labor Contract Law", "Employment Promotion Law" and "Law of the People's Republic of China on Mediation and Arbitration of Labor Disputes") came into operation.
WORCESTER - The American Civil Liberties Union is working with union officials to change labor contract rules that forced Green-Rainbow candidate Steven W.
She began her career with ASA as a flight attendant in 1993 and most recently has been the director of Labor Contract Administration where she played key roles in negotiating ASA's labour contracts with its flight attendants and pilots.
The segment's operating margin was 8.8%, down 0.1 point from the year-ago period, a falloff the company attributed to costs associated with a new pilot labor contract including signing bonuses and other upfront compensation that totaled about $143 million as well as pay increases and enhanced benefits.
Inventive contracting tools included obtaining 20-year contracting authority to encourage small business participation, application of multiple indices for Economic Price Adjustment provisions for both product and labor contract line items, and the use of a commercial sales clause that allows the contractor to use its facility for commercial business with an equitable credit to the government.
274(n) limit on per-diem meal expense allowances it paid to the drivers, because it was the driver's common-law employer (see Transport Labor Contract /Leasing, Inc., 123 TC 154 (2004)).