HRDA

AcronymDefinition
HRDAHuman Resources Development Authority
HRDAHR Daily Advisor (Human Resources)
HRDAHigh Rate Data Assembly
HRDAHalifax Regional Development Agency (Canada)
HRDAHants Regional Development Authority (Canada)
HRDAHuman Resource Development Agency
HRDAHuman Resource Development Associates, Inc.
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The HRDA has urged the commission to exercise the provisions laid down under Section 12 (b) of the Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993 and take a view on its long-standing request of urgently reviewing the FCRA.
The HRDA's new scheme will run from July 1 to year's end and aims to get employers to design, create and implement programmes for training and gaining work experience in posts that will be available to the long-term unemployed.
Emilianides noted that in February 2009, the HRDA implemented a Special Prevention-Action Plan at an estimated cost of EUR 65 mln with the number of participants to date reaching 39,000.
In Hrda manasa: Studies Presented to Professor Leonhard G.
Pavlicek A, Hrda S, Flegr J (1999) FreeTree--Freeware program for construction of phylogenetic trees on the basis of distance data and bootstrap/jack-knife analysis of the tree robustness.
SOME 13,000 new jobs are expected to be created over the next decade, with an important contribution by the human resource development authority (HRDA) that will reduce problems in employment, Labour minister Zeta Emilianidou said on Thursday.
The seminar, subsidised by the state HRDA department, is designed to help service companies (including financial services, new technology services, health and pharmaceutical services and professional services) in identifying new (or expansion) market, validating new (or expansion) markets, setting up an internationalisation strategy, matching target markets to a fitting internationalisation strategy, and, romotion of services of entering a new market or expanding operations in an existing market.
The property on Amfipoleos street in Strovolos, is within the business park that includes the Hellenic Bank's head offices, the Electricity Authority of Cyprus, the Human Resources Development Agency (HRDA) and the Cyprus Olympic Committee.
Toward the conclusion of the hymn, the poet refers to priestly competition(45) and the necessity of quick thinking and clever composition to win: hrda tastesu manaso javesu, yad brahmanah samyajante sakhayah, atraha tvam vi jahur vedyabhir, ohabrahmano vi caranty u tve "When the priestly composers, although companions, ritually contest one another in their swift (creations) of thought, which are fashioned in the heart, then they leave behind the one, in accordance with their aspirations, and (those) others pull ahead by means of their compositions of praise" (vs.