What does WS stand for?
WS stands for Work Status
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Work status of rehabilitation of housing and public areas throughout the property portfolio Bondy Habitat all body
Francesca Gino, associate professor of business administration at Harvard Business School carried out a number of experiments on 'nonconforming' behaviour and found that executives were more likely to think she had a higher work status when she gave a seminar wearing red sneakers with her suit than when she wore more formal footwear, Metro.
Statistics on the number of Filipino workers who legalized their work status are yet to be announced, but more than 20,000 Filipino workers left the Kingdom for good.
The meeting discussed the latest amendments on the labour law and their positive impact on the stability of workers in the construction sector and the trend towards forming a committee to study work status in the construction sector to set the appropriate solutions and promote the work status in the sector, besides discussing means of raising the Omanization rate in this sector at various job levels.
ANKARA, Feb 28, 2010 (TUR) -- Workers of TEKEL (Tobacco and Liquor Administration) have initiated a legal process that will carry the issue regarding their work status to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION proposed new rules that would bar employers from using a potential employee' s genetic predisposition to a disease as a factor in work status, according to Workforce Management.
Long-term measurement of work status (working or not working) was carried out at 6 months.
This volume details household income trends in the US, by age, household type, race and ethnicity, education, region of residence, and work status.