After leaving Yamaichi, Nagano was first employed by Merrill Lynch Japan and then worked for temporary help agency Pasona Inc.
What does THA stand for?
THA stands for Temporary Help Agency (various locations)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of THA
We have 104 other meanings of THA in our Acronym Attic
- T-Helper Type 0
- T Helper Cell Type 1
- T Helper Cell Type 2 (gene)
- Tail Homology 2 (protein domain)
- Tony Hawks 2 (PlayStation game)
- Atlantic Thread Herring (FAO fish species code)
- Hardware Address of the Target
- Take Heart Alaska (coalition)
- Tampa Housing Authority (Florida)
- Task Hazard Analysis
- Temporary Holding Area
- Temporary Housing Assistance (emergency management)
- Tennessee Handicap Act
- Tennessee Hospital Association (Nashville, TN)
- Terminal Home Agent
- Test Hazard Analysis
- Texas Hospital Association
- Thai Airways (ICAO code)
- Thailand (ISO Country code)
- The Hamster Alliance (Los Angeles Music Studio)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kyser, the Los Angeles economist, said it's significant that the temporary help agency business in the state has been ``flat-lining.
Manpower, the nation's largest temporary help agency, announced in june that it will now supply executive temporaries to clients.
7 Temporary help agency workers Workers paid by a temporary help agency, whether or not their job actually was temporary 1.
These workers, who are employees of the temporary help agency, will generally fill clerical, technical, or industrial positions.
Cohany examines the new data on alternative work arrangements--independent contracting, on-call work, working through a temporary help agency, and working for a contract firm.
People employed in two of these arrangements, temporary help agency workers and contract company workers, are employees of one company and carry out assignments for another.
For workers who had a job with an intermediary, such as a temporary help agency or a contract company, information was collected both about their employment at the place the intermediary assigned them to work and about their employment with the intermediary itself.