cy Dynamic Works has launched a new and interactive website for the Human Resources Development Authority (HRDA) with a primary purpose to maximise business competitiveness in Cyprus, build a stronger economy and deliver on both short-term challenges and long-term opportunities for its people.
What does HRDA stand for?
HRDA stands for Human Resources Development Authority
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 17 other meanings of HRDA in our Acronym Attic
- Human Resources Division/Budget Analysis Branch
- Human Resources Division /Federal Personnel Branch
- Human Resources Division /Office of Strategic Planning
- Hypoxia Responsive Domain-1
- Halifax Regional Development Agency (Canada)
- Hants Regional Development Authority (Canada)
- High Rate Data Assembly
- HR Daily Advisor (Human Resources)
- Human Resource Development Agency
- Human Resource Development Associates, Inc.
- Human Rights Data Analysis Group (Palo Alto, CA)
- Heart Rate Deep Breathing (cardiovascular health)
- Heart Rate Response to Deep Breathing
- Human Relations Diversity Board (Ocoee, FL)
- Human Resource Data Bank
- Human Resources Development Branch
- Hunter Richey & Di Benedetto, LLP (Sacramento, CA)
- Hood River Downtown Business Association (Hood River, OR)
- Handheld Remote Controlled Device
- Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club
Samples in periodicals archive:
The human resources development authority, one of two other semi-government organisations the government was seeking funds from, unanimously decided yesterday to lend the government a further e1/424 million, reportedly the amount the ministry had sought from that organisation.
The chairman of the telecommunications company CyTA, one of the three organisations expected to chip in --the others are the ports authority and the human resources development authority -- warned however that the amount they will contribute may not be what the government expected.
Speaking to the press after a meeting of the National Employment Committee, Charalambous said that the new schemes were "aimed at combating the effects of the global economic crisis on employment", and are independent of any programmes implemented by the Human Resources Development Authority (HRDA).
The Labour Minister also mentioned that where training was concerned, the Human Resources Development Authority would pick up the pace on programmes that focus on the inactive work force such as young people and women, and will devise a new training plan, focusing on the unemployed that have newly-registered or are EU citizens.
Neophytou said when the Human Resources Development Authority estimates that unemployment would reach six per cent, or 25,000 people with a 2.