DRA

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AcronymDefinition
DRADouay-Rheims 1899 American Edition (Bible)
DRADefault Retirement Age (UK)
DRADepartment of Regulatory Affairs (Colorado)
DRADevelopmental Reading Assessment (educational test)
DRADebt Relief Agency
DRADisability Rights Activists
DRADel Ray Artisans (Alexandria, VA)
DRADiameter Routing Agent
DRADivision of Ratepayer Advocates (California)
DRADesign Risk Assessment (business methodology)
DRAData Recovery Agent (Microsoft)
DRADual Recovery Anonymous
DRADelta Regional Authority
DRADebt Recovery Agent
DRADynamic Resonance Absorber
DRADisaster Recovery Analyzer
DRADrop Random
DRADatabase Resource Adapter
DRADisk Resident Arrays
DRAData Recovery Agent
DRADhcp Relay Agent
DRADomain Registration Agreement
DRADemand Responsive Approach (water supply)
DRADemocratic Republic of Afghanistan (1978-1992)
DRADétachement de Reconnaissance d'Armée (French: Army Recognition Detachment)
DRAData Research Associates
DRADirectory and Resource Administrator
DRADispositif Régional d'Accompagnement (French: Regional Support Device)
DRADielectric Resonator Antenna
DRADeinococcus Radiodurans
DRADude Ranchers' Association
DRADrag Reducing Agents
DRADrug Regulatory Authority (various nations)
DRADirectives Régionales d'Aménagement (French: Regional Planning Guidelines)
DRADon't Run Away (educational program; StandUp for Kids)
DRADark Room Assistant
DRADriver's Reminder Appliance (trains)
DRADynamic Resource Allocation
DRADefense Research Agency
DRADiscontinuously Reinforced Aluminum
DRADispute Resolution Agreement
DRADistributed Raman Amplification
DRADeafness Resources Australia
DRADeficit Reduction Act of 1984
DRADatus Rhône Alpes (French industrial technology firm)
DRADeputy Regional Administrator
DRADownregulated in Adenoma
DRADisability Resource Association (Crystal City, MO)
DRAData Recovery Advantage (CBL Data Recovery; Barbados)
DRADynamic Rate Adaptation
DRADirectory Replication Agent
DRADecision Risk Analysis
DRADon't Recognize Acronyms
DRADead Reckoning Analyzer
DRADébarquement des Ravagés de l'Airsoft (French: Landed from the Ravages of Airsoft)
DRADrainage Retention Area
DRADistributed Restoration Algorithm
DRADrivers Reminder Appliance (UK trains)
DRADynamic Range Adjust (IKONOS Imagery)
DRADistributed Robotic Architecture
DRADining Room Assistant
DRAData Rate Adapter
DRADual-Reflector Antenna
DRADreaded Rear Admiral (band)
DRADesign Review Agency
DRADynamic Reclaiming Algorithm
DRAData Release Authorization (US NASA)
DRADeployment Requirements Assessment
DRADirection de La Recherche Appliquée (French)
DRADesign Review Agreement
DRADigit-Recurrence Algorithm
DRADigital Recorded Announcement
DRAData Record Analysis
DRADénomination Rapide Enfants (French: Rapid Naming Children; research software)
DRADiscrete Raman Amplifier
DRADeployment/Deactivation Requirements Analysis
DRADefense Reauthorization Act of 1991
DRADefense Reporting Activity (US DoD)
DRADual Rational Arnoldi (algorithm)
DRADefense Research and Applications
DRADynamic Redeployment Algorithm
DRADirector of Royal Artillery (UK and Australia)
DRADesignated Repair Activity
DRADisaster Recovery Area
DRADepot Repair Action(s)
DRADistributed Resources Assessment
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Business leaders had called for the move to be delayed, but Liberal Democrat employment relations minister Ed Davey insisted the abolition of the default retirement age (DRA) was "great news" for older people, commerce and the economy.
JUST 14% of UK managers consider their organisation well-prepared to cope with an ageing workforce, despite the impending abolition of the Default Retirement Age (DRA) and the fact that a third of UK workers will be aged over 50 by 2020.
The Court found that the default retirement age of 65 can be justified and is therefore lawful, but that therewas a "compelling case" for raising or removing it.
BCI policy adviser James Cooper said: "We recognise age discrimination regulations allow for employers to set a default retirement age of 65 and that government is doing nothing illegal.
THE abolition of the Default Retirement Age last week happened with relatively little furore.
The CBI said scrapping the so-called default retirement age from next April would create "unintended consequences" and pleaded for more "legal clarity".
The company will be asking for feedback on a range of issues from pensions and the default retirement age to how older people are treated in today's society.
The abolition of the default retirement age, the increase in the state retirement age and the reform of public sector pensions are just a few of the major changes that are going to shake up the UK pensions system.
A REVIEW of the so-called default retirement age, which allows employers to require staff to retire at 65, is to be brought forward by a year, the Government has announced.
Following extensive consultation, the Government has concluded that legislation should set a default retirement age of 65, but also create a right for employees to request working beyond a compulsory retirement age.
SMEs, along with other employers, will find they are obliged to continue to employ individuals beyond the state retirement age when the Default Retirement Age of 65 is abolished.
But government plans to abolish the default retirement age next April are expected to lead to a big increase in the number of people delaying retirement or giving up work gradually by going part-time.