AIRC

AcronymDefinition
AIRCAustralian Industrial Relations Commission
AIRCAssociazione Italiana Per La Ricerca Sul Cancro (Italian Cancer Research Association)
AIRCAmerican International Recruitment Council
AIRCAmerican Information Resource Center
AIRCAssociate, Insurance Regulatory Compliance (LOMA insurance program)
AIRCAir Conditioning and Refrigeration (course)
AIRCAdorama Imaging Resource Center
AIRCAs I Recall
AIRCAssociation of Independent Radio Contractors
AIRCAssociação de Informática da Região Centro (Coimbra, Portugal)
AIRCAsian International Rivers Center (Yunnan University; Yunnan, China)
AIRCAstronomical Instruments Research Center
AIRCAssociation Internationale Rurale Catholique (French)
AIRCAnimal Industries Research Committee
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The AIRC aims at supporting the Arab decision related to strengthening international and national relations through cooperating with the governments and official national bodies," he added.
This 10-year time-span contained decisions made by the federal tribunal under its operations, initially as the AIRC, and subsequently Fair Work Australia (FWA).
An ANF Industrial Officer's primary task within the former enterprise bargaining system was to argue cases and negotiate disputes at AIRC tribunals around the country.
the AIRC would build on its reasonable success in 2001, or (2) with
The Act also gave the AIRC the power to declare Federal awards to be common rule and binding on employers in Victoria from 1 January 2005 (WageNet 2004).
Later, in a statement, the AIRC chairman said the council was established to fill the gaps in the Arab world in the absence of institutions representing the civil society which could undertake the task of addressing Arab issues at local or international levels as well as narrow the differences, if any, among the Arabs.
The AIRC is the forerunner of the Australian Conciliation and Arbitration Commission which was established by the first Labor Government in Australia in 1904.
the facilitative rather than interventionist role that the AIRC adopted
There are also more grounds upon which the AIRC and the Minister for Workplace Relations can prevent or stop industrial action.
The AIRC was established in 1904 as an independent umpire.
The WRA also introduced a range of fines that could be levied on unions that defied AIRC orders.
Given that the establishment of the AFPC has been explicitly linked to the view that the generosity of AIRC Safety.