He has also announced an initiative for modifying the law on employment relations in regard to the collective agreements, whereby the implementation of collective agreements will be made obligatory and the sanctions for a failure to carry out these agreements will be rendered stricter.
What does ER stand for?
ER stands for Employment Relations
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 64 other meanings of ER in our Acronym Attic
- Elizabetha Regina (Queen Elizabeth)
- Emergency Response
- Emergency Room
- Emission Reduction (environment)
- Emotional Rescue (Rolling Stones album)
- Employee Relations
- Employee Request
- Employee Retention
- Employer (IRB)
- Employer's Requirements
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The authors are from the UK and consist of two professors and a senior lecturer in industrial relations, employment relations, and work and employment relations.
Shadow employment relations minister Ian Murray said: "David Cameron should be making it easier to hire, not easier to fire.
The second day, which will opened up to leading commentators on employment relations and employers, will be held at Cardiff Business School.
The full-text reporting service includes law decisions issued by: California Public Employment Relations Board, Florida Public Employees Relations Commission, Illinois Labor Relations Board and Educational Labor Relations Board, Michigan Employment Relations Commission, New Jersey Public Employment Relations Board, Ohio State Employment Relations Board, Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board, and related state-specific public-sector courts.
ACAS, the employment relations experts, has relaunched its website with new features for HR professionals, employers and employees.