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single status


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single status

single status

P364. Immunization status in IBD patients -a single centre study in Southern Italy

P507 EBV serology status and azathioprine-associated complications: a single centre study

Discordance in receptor status between primary and recurrent breast cancer has a prognostic impact: a single-Institution analysis

147PDIFFERENT METASTATIC PATTERN ACCORDING TO THE EGFR MUTATIONAL STATUS IN A COHORT OF LUNG ADENOCARCINOMAS (ADCs): A SINGLE-INSTITUTION REPORT

P-0109PERFORMANCE STATUS REMAINED THE MOST IMPORTANT PROGNOSTIC FACTOR IN PANCREAS CANCER PATIENTS, SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE

The Relationship Between Single-Parent Status and Parenting Capacities in Mothers of Youth with Chronic Health Conditions: The Mediating Role of Income

Does Cognitive Status Moderate the Health Effects of Single-Person Room Transfers on Nursing Home Residents?

Components of treatment delay in rheumatoid arthritis differ according to autoantibody status: validation of a single-centre observation using national audit data

AT-20SINGLE INSTITUTION RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF PERFORMANCE STATUS AND CORTICOSTEROID USE IN NEWLY DIAGNOSED GLIOBLASTOMA (GBM) PATIENTS (PTS) TREATED ON BEVACIZUMAB (BEV)

Phase II trial of single-agent oral vinorelbine in elderly (≥70 years) patients with advanced non-small-cell lung cancer and poor performance status

Two single-nucleotide polymorphisms in the human vitamin D receptor promoter change protein–DNA complex formation and are associated with height and vitamin D status in adolescent girls

The interplay of primer-template DNA phosphorylation status and single-stranded DNA binding proteins in directing clamp loaders to the appropriate polarity of DNA

Changes in ventricular remodelling and clinical status during the year following a single administration of stromal cell-derived factor-1 non-viral gene therapy in chronic ischaemic heart failure patients: the STOP-HF randomized Phase II trial

 

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Refers to the provision of common terms and conditions of employment to all employees of a single enterprise. It means, essentially, that all workers of whatever grade will share the same set of employment benefits (pension, sick pay, annual leave, and parental and maternity provisions) and be paid through the same mechanism (e.g. annual salary). Single status contrasts with the traditional ‘status divide’ between hourly paid manual workers and salaried staff and may arise either from trade union negotiating pressure or from a desire on the part of the employer to foster teamwork and commitment. The achievement of single status can be costly, and for this reason there may be only incomplete harmonization of employment conditions across the workforce hierarchy.

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