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AcronymDefinition
ACASAdvisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (UK)
ACASAssured Compliance Assessment Solution (software; US DoD)
ACASAirborne Collision Avoidance System
ACASAutomotive Collision Avoidance Systems
ACASApplication Control Architecture Services
ACASAmerican Capital Strategies, Ltd
ACASAsymptomatic Carotid Atherosclerosis Study
ACASAssociation of Concerned Africa Scholars
ACASAsian Community AIDS Services
ACASAssociate of the Casualty Actuarial Society
ACASAged Care Assessment Service (Australia)
ACASAircraft Collision Avoidance System
ACASAcetyl-Coenzyme A Synthetase (enzyme)
ACASArizonans Concerned about Smoking
ACASAir Collision Avoidance System
ACASApplication Control Architecture Services (DEC)
ACASAssistant Chief of Air Staff
ACASAboriginal Children's Advancement Society
ACASAcute Community-Acquired Sinusitis (disorder)
ACASAmerican Correctional Association Standards
ACASAssociation for Critical Animal Studies
ACASAutomatic Collision Avoidance System
ACASAustralian Crop Accreditation System
ACASAfro-Cuban All Stars
ACASAdherent Cell Analysis and Sorting
ACASAssociate Contracting Assistance Specialist
ACASAppleton Central Alternative School
ACASAmerican College of Applied Science (Crescent City, FL)
ACASAdvanced Close Air Support
ACASAutomated Cable Analyzer System
ACASAUTOVON Central Alarm System
ACASAlarm Control and Annunciator Station
ACASArmy Commissary Automated System
ACASAutomated Circuit Assurance, Short
ACASAutomated Commissary Accounting System
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Customs consultant Atty Althea Acas wails after Deputy Speaker Sharon Garin chews her out for 'shouting' at consultation @inquirerdotnet pic.twitter.com/3qvpRKq8oE
Sir Brendan Barber, Chair of the Acas Council said: I am delighted that the Acas Council will continue to benefit from my colleagues invaluable experience in the field of employment relations.
The retention of a control equity investment by American Capital CLO Management, LLC is intended to make ACAS CLO 2015-2 compliant with risk retention rules applicable to credit institutions regulated in the European Economic Area.
An ACAS study reveals that amongst callers to the ACAS helpline, agency workers were often unaware of their employment rights and afraid of raising workplace concerns due to fears over job security.
Last year Acas handled nearly 900,000 calls to the Helpline (0300 123 1100) and around 86% of callers were able to take clear action based on the advice provided.
The number of workplaces using grievance and disciplinary procedures that reflect the principles set out in the Acas Code has risen since 2004.
An Acas spokesman said: "We welcome the minister's suggestion about the parties responding positively to an invitation to come in to Acas.
"In the coming year, this is going to help focus minds on the principle of resolving disputes within the workplace before they can escalate, even before Acas' wider role to achieve this comes into effect in 2014."
"We welcome anything that will find a resolution to this and we are going to go to ACAS. But the approach from ACAS has not stopped the ballot process."
An Acas spokeswoman said: "We will be contacting representatives from the employers and unions over the weekend to see if we can make progress."
ACAS, the employment relations experts, has relaunched its website with new features for HR professionals, employers and employees.
Employment relation service Acas has launched a new guide to help businesses promote and manage a healthy workplace.