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Multiple Shop

A company in which both professional and nonprofessional employees are represented by the same union. For example, in a multiple shop, both the professional mechanics and the untrained workers at an airline may have the same union. All affected workers must consent before they form a multiple shop.
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One fat cat can pay himself a billion pounds in remuneration for filling our historic towns with faceless multiple shops selling cheap goods made in the sweatshops of the Far East.
Two more buildings are planned to hold multiple shops and casual-dining restaurants along 10th Street West.
Contents: Food Suppliers and Manufacturers with named industry buyers and decision makers; Food Retailers including Multiple Shops, Out-of-Town Shopping, Department Stores, Mail Order and much more; Food Industry Sector includes Plant and Equipment Manufacturers, Packaging Machinery, Hygiene Product and Equipment Suppliers, Packaging Materials, Storage, Handling and Distribution; Ingredients Suppliers; Wholesalers and Distributors; Consultants and Research Organisations; Trade Associations, Trade Journals, Exhibitions and Fairs; Government Institutions.
It's good for people who own one shop but are thinking of expanding, but it's also good for people who own multiple shops and are thinking of divesting," said Sherri Sands, CFO of SRSANDCO, LLC, the parent company of multiple auto repair brands and co-founder of Mudlick Mail.
Betfred will enjoy a fully integrated TurfTV/SIS service similar to that at Ladbrokes, Hills and Coral, which means around 7,000 big multiple shops have the service, leaving smaller independents seriously disadvantaged.
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