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mutuality

the principle that managers should not change any aspect of WORK ORGANIZATION without first securing the agreement of SHOP STEWARDS or TRADE UNION officials. See COLLECTIVE BARGAINING.
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Today he is doing it with the mutuality of Carabineros and it seems that he will also have to do it with the mutuality of the Aviation and the Army, "he said.
And it envisions its mutuality, combined with its digital investment, to pay metaphorical and literal dividends in the future.
These provisions, often referred to as "cross-affiliate" netting provisions, treat all affiliated entities of one party to the contract as a single entity, and all affiliated entities of the other contract party as a single entity in an attempt to create the necessary mutuality to allow for the enforcement of their setoff rights.
Control mutuality has been discussed as a core dimension in establishing and maintaining a favorable bond between an organization and its publics because a serious view is taken of power balance between two parties (Colquitt, Baer, Long, & Halvorsen-Ganepola, 2014).
Responding to the amended budget speech of Khawaja Asif and Sardar Akhtar Mengal, Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari said, ' the stance taken by the prime minister, that the world is seeing a dawn of new foreign policy in Pakistan, based on mutuality, self-respect without compromising country's national interests'.
These primary stressors can have a direct or indirect effect on health outcomes through different strains (e.g., self-esteem and role strain) or protective factors such as mutuality [16, 19, 20].
"The principle of mutuality is central to granting exemption under Section 80P of the Income Tax Act.
What are the benefits of Mutuality? Mutual organisations focus on delivering the best services and products to suit Members' needs, holding their Members at the heart of the decisionmaking process.
"Mutuality helps to fuel agility and innovation so we can create ways to share risks with our policyholders, better meet their needs, establish levels of trust and remain close to them, especially as a direct writer."
The first section outlines the conceptual framework used in the study, focusing on organization identity and mutuality as important dimensions for analyzing IORs.
According to the survey - released at the ABA Mutual Community Bank Conference in Washington today - 81 percent of mutual banks reported that their exam teams understand the concept of mutuality compared to 66 percent in 2013.
Mutuality: Anthropology's Changing Terms of Engagement