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What does JLM stand for?

JLM stands for Joint Labor-Management (unions)

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The purpose of the Joint Labor-Management Committee is to encourage the parties to collective bargaining disputes involving municipalities and their police officers and firefighters to agree directly on the terms of such agreements or on a procedure to resolve these disputes.
By its terms, the ADA prohibits acts of discrimination against qualified people with disabilities by a "covered entity," which the statute defines as an employer, employment agency, labor organization, or joint labor-management committee.
The institute focused on the building blocks of creating and sustaining a joint labor-management partnership such as the leadership qualities needed by both labor and management in undertaking a partnership program, the importance of strategic planning, measurement and costing services, and how to change the culture of the organization.
Although there are some successful joint labor-management and government training programs designed to assist dislocated workers or raise the skill levels of employees, these programs are inadequate in scope or funding.
The video premiered at the USWA-sponsored 1997 Joint Labor-Management Health, Safety and Environment Symposium, held October 6-8, 1997, in Nashville, TN.
Action--The industry opposes this bill because it would: * impose a "one size fits all" approach and impair current employer programs; * coerce "cooperation" of management and labor through mandated joint labor-management safety committees, instead of allowing industry to tailor programs to individual needs; * weaken due process protection for employers facing OSHA citations; * criminalize OSHA and increase personal liability for supervisors and managers; * eliminate a balance of costs and benefits in new OSHA standards; * result in a net cost to the U.