DLIR

AcronymDefinition
DLIRDepartment of Labor and Industrial Relations (Hawaii)
DLIRDigital Library for International Research (est. 1999)
DLIRDepot Level Inspection and Repair (aviation)
DLIRDownward Looking Infra Red
DLIRDefense Logistics Information Research Program
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* The subject specialist (or DLIR) fills out the E-books Initial Workform on SharePoint.
According to the DLIR, from December 2002 to November 2005, the number of seasonally adjusted jobs increased 7 percent, from 607,750 to 649,250.
Two organizations concerned about these long-term trends are DLIR's Workforce Development Council and the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), the local association of human resource professionals.
Under Akiba's reign, DLIR's Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health Division (HIOSH) last year started a citation campaign that had many businesses not just miffed, but mystified.
"We got great cooperation from the State DLIR, particularly Blane Hanagami.
But Ray Domingo, a DLIR research statistician, says the differences may be an illusion, considering that the state tracks only non-agricultural jobs, while many of the jobs in the Top 250 listings are in the agriculture industry.