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staff association


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staff association

staff association

Associations of chronic embitterment among NHS staff

Rosser, Richard Andrew (born 1944), JP; General Secretary, Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association, 1989–2004

LYONS, Charles Albert (1929 - 2008), General Secretary, Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association, 1982–89, retired

JENKINS, Thomas Harris (1920 - 2012), General Secretary, Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association, 1977–82

Leadership Styles of Nursing Home Administrators and Their Association With Staff Turnover

Recent legislation. Trade union recognition and staff associations - a breach of international labour standards?

MEARNS, Andrew Daniel (1857 - 1925), JP; Director, The Cunard Steamship Co., Ltd and America-Levant Line, Ltd; Chairman, Liverpool Steamship Owners Association, 1922; President, Liverpool Shipping Staffs Association, 1922

Mosley, Tonman (1850 - 1933), late Chairman Bucks County Council; late Chairman County of Buckingham Association of Territorial Forces; late Chairman North Staffs. Railway Co

MacKENZIE, David Alexander (1922 - 1989), General Secretary, Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association, 1973–77; Civil Servant, 1980–86

WALSH, William Joseph (1919 - 1978), National Secretary, Association of Clerical, Technical and Supervisory Staffs, 1961–78

GRAY, John (Archibald Browne) (1918 - 2011), Member, External Scientific Staff, MRC, 1977–83: working at Marine Biological Association Laboratory, Plymouth, 1977–93

HARVEY, Hildebrand Wolfe (1887 - 1970), on scientific staff of Marine Biological Association of the UK, 1921–58

Associations between rates of unassisted inpatient falls and levels of registered and non-registered nurse staffing

SIMMONS, George Thomas Wagstaffe (died 1954), Fellow Institute of Journalists; Editorial Staff of Sporting Life; writer of special articles on Association football, cricket, and general sports

AVERY, Percy Leonard (1915 - 2000), Chairman, staff side, Civil Service National Whitley Council, 1977–80; General Secretary, Association of Government Supervisors and Radio Officers, 1951–79

Trempe v Staff Association of the International Civil Aviation Organization and ors, Judgment on jurisdiction, 2003 CanLII 44121, ILDC 1748 (CA 2003), 20th November 2003, Superior Court [QCCS]

CUMMINGS, William Hayman (1831 - 1915), Principal, Guildhall School of Music (retired); Hon Treasurer Royal Society of Musicians and Royal Philharmonic Society; President Incorporated Staff Sight-Singing College; President of the Musical Association; Member Board of Studies, University of London

 

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A representative organization of employees which is confined to a particular enterprise and which is established with employer approval or support. Staff associations are a common feature in financial services and a number of other industries and have usually been seen as a moderate alternative to representation through an ‘external’ trade union. Critics have claimed that many staff associations are not truly independent of employers and that they are used by the latter as a means of forestalling the unionization of the workforce. In contrast, proponents of staff associations claim that they are more attuned to the enterprise-specific needs of employees and that they reflect the preference for cooperative industrial relations of white-collar and managerial employees. Although staff associations have a reputation for moderation, some have become increasingly militant and ‘unionate’ in recent years. This is particularly true of staff associations in banking and finance, where the restructuring of the industry has led to widespread job losses and the retreat by employers from a relatively paternalist management style. Reflecting this change, a number of staff associations in the UK have affiliated to the TUC, whilst others have merged with trade unions. [See company union and enterprise union.]

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