She doesn't see the slump as specific to this time of year, pointing out that several of her neighbors closed shop
at the end of the summer.
We''re going to call time on this last closed shop
Other hold-out companies, however, blocked the aspirations of organized labour for the closed shop
These rackets have been enshrined in the law for many years, dating back to the time when state protectionism and closed shops
were considered perfectly acceptable practices.
What other private, closed shop
profession is paid by the state?
Following the collapse of the NASDAQ, Gilder closed shop
about a year ago and Ziebarth went looking for a new venture, this time vowing "to put up or shut up," as he said last fall.
Those with a vested interest in the status quo will paint this as a battle between supermarkets and pharmacies, but the OFF's conclusions will sweep away rules and red tape that support the current closed shop
, raising standards and lowering prices for pharmacy customers and patients," said Evans.
Chavon Industries, Romana Industries, Jagga, Centex, Melanie, Leibrand, Makress, Elizabeth, Warmana, Elwa Dam, Jing Wong, Karson Ffg and others have closed shop
or were in the process of closing, laying off hundreds of employees.
The money ran out," says Bird, explaining why the company closed shop
Not all will survive, as evidenced by Mexico's pan-regional magazine Velocidad Internet, which debuted with a March-April issue then closed shop
one edition later.
In particular, states with a high penetration of managed care organizations, such as California, are faced with large numbers of recipients who are suddenly without care because provider groups have filed bankruptcy and/or closed shop
Furthermore, the fact that moves to make the closed shop
, which is where most agree that unions were traditionally at their strongest, legally unenforceable occurred primarily from 1984 onwards with the provisions specified in the Employment Acts of 1982 and 1990, with the use of the former not coming into effect until 1984.