At this point, the conciliator has got not much leeway and any of the parties not satisfied with the induced offers can spoil the conciliation
A total of 1,317 disputes were referred to the Conciliation
Services Division compared to 1,283 in 2007.
service ACAS is holding discussions with both sides in an attempt to restart negotiations, BA said.
According to the Minister's scheme, religious leaders such as Buddhist monks, Muslim and Hindu leaders, clergies, retired School Teachers, Principals, well respected persons in that AGA divisions would be included as the members of the proposed Conciliation
Europolitics Environment will return to the conciliation
in its next issue.
Protests of a Notice of Deficiency or Notice of Determination are made by request for conciliation
to BCMS or by a petition to the DTA [Tax Law sections 170(3-a) and 170(e); 20 NYCRR sections 3000.
Designed as a basic instruction manual for those act as both conciliators and support for complainants, this text addresses topics such as patient safety incidents, mediation, termination of the doctor-patient relationship and how to organize meetings for conciliation
The trial revolved around the sacking of Athens, Alabama by Union forces at a time when the official policy towards Southern civilians rested upon the idea of conciliation
Further, though the Fair Housing Act requires that agencies always attempt conciliation
to the extent feasible, only about a third of the files showed evidence of such attempts.
We are still some way apart but there is room for conciliation
and we do want the matter resolved sooner rather than later
In 1904, the Parliament of the new Commonwealth of Australia enacted the Conciliation
and Arbitration Act.
It changed its name to the Industrial Relations Service in 1960 and then the Conciliation
and Advisory Service in 1972, but the basic service was much the same and remained under governmental control.