voluntarism


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voluntarism

the philosophy that the activities of organizations should be governed by their own codes of conduct rather than by the law. In INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS it refers to the widespread belief amongst both TRADE UNIONS and employers that the form and outcome of COLLECTIVE BARGAINING should be determined by themselves and not be subject to legal regulation. See LABOUR LAW.
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Dewa is committed to enhancing social responsibility and consolidating a spirit of voluntarism among its employees and community members.
Of course, advertising and persuasion always involve some degree of framing, which limits voluntarism, as do structural features of the social environment.
Seguerra said the meeting, which was attended by 37 Filipino participants, focused on competence and resilience of climate arrangement, entrepreneurship, employment, Asean awareness and education, nad youth voluntarism, among others.
Create the right opportunities: Continuing education through voluntarism is an effective way to keep employees engaged and challenged.
It aims at promotA[degrees] ing digital voluntarism among Omani youth to encourage them to be more content producers rather than consumers only.
In addition, it includes detailed critiques of natural law theory and theological voluntarism (e.
The program also aims to inculcate in the hearts and minds of young Filipinos the importance of solidarity in pursuing social reforms through voluntarism.
Kinda al-Shammat stressed the necessity of enhancing a culture of voluntarism in society and invigorating cultural, touristic and environmental associations for their important social role.
He also rejected accusations of arbitrariness, voluntarism, and populism.
Next, Dijkema challenges me "to differentiate [my] concept of voluntarism from the type of individualism that comes under severe scrutiny from all of the papal encyclicals and that appears to be the dominant ideology of our day.
Meeting with mostly representatives of foreign media outlets in ystanbul, YeE-il emphasized the principles of the Hizmet movement inspired by the teachings of Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah GE-len, such as voluntarism, independence from the state and civility, while arguing that the AK Party has set aside concerns for further democratization.
In Chapter 2 this argument is explained as giving us two famous "horns": If God is the ground of moral obligation, then some form of theological voluntarism seems to be true.