ICAA

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AcronymDefinition
ICAAInternational Council on Active Aging
ICAAInternational Council on Alcohol and Addictions
ICAAInstituto de la Cinematografía y Artes Audiovisuales (Spanish: Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts)
ICAAInsulation Contractors Association of America
ICAAInvestment Counsel Association of America (now Investment Adviser Association)
ICAAInstitute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta
ICAAInstitute of Chartered Accountants of Australia
ICAAInternational Christian Accrediting Association
ICAAInternational Conference on Autonomous Agents (computer science)
ICAAIowa County Attorneys Association
ICAAIowa Community Action Association
ICAAIllinois Community Action Association
ICAAInternational Comic Arts Association
ICAAIcelandic Civil Aviation Administration
ICAAInternational Civil Airports Association (Paris, France)
ICAAInternational Conference on Aluminum Alloys
ICAAInternational Colored Appaloosa Association
ICAAImmigrant Culture and Art Association (Canada)
ICAAInternational Curriculum and Assessment Agency
ICAAInternational Civil Aviation Authority
ICAAInternational Council of Accrediting Agencies
ICAAIndustrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act (est. 1984; New Zealand)
ICAAInternational Curriculum Assessment Agency
ICAAInternational Coalition for Autism and All Abilities (Arnold, MO)
ICAAInvalid Children's Aid Association
ICAAIndonesian Chinese American Association
ICAAInternational Congress on Alcohol and Addictions
ICAAInner City Athletic Association
ICAAImmaculate Conception Athletic Association (Arnold, MO)
ICAAIndiana County Assessors Association
ICAAInvestment Capability Analysis and Assessment
ICAAInternational Council on Alcoholism and Addiction
ICAAIona College Alumni Association
ICAAInternational Chiropractors Association Auxiliary
ICAAIndiana Community Action Association, Inc.
ICAAIntercollegiate Conference Athletic Association
ICAAInnis College Alumni Association
ICAAInorganic Chemically Active Adsorbents
ICAAIsrael Cooperation of Agricultural Application
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Although union organizing and strike activity were not unheard of in BC's agricultural sector in the 1930s, the Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act of 1937 excluded agricultural workers.
The BC Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act (31) recognized collective bargaining as lawful, and created penalties for employers who refused to bargain with employees (but not trade unions).
The Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act applied broadly to the private sector, except in the areas of domestic service and agriculture.
(46) However, ethnicity alone does not provide definitive clues as to why agriculture workers were excluded from the Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act.
(67) The Manitoba Strikes and Lockouts Prevention Act excluded agricultural workers by defining an employee as "any person employed by an employer to do any work for hire or reward in an employment to which this Act applies, but does not include employees in domestic service or in agriculture." The BC Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act defined employees, and thus excluded agricultural workers, using precisely the same words found in the Manitoba legislation.
The Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act was passed and proclaimed into force on 10 December 1937, the final day of the 1937 legislative session.
The Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act provoked public reaction, particularly from unions.
The IDIA (BC) was repealed by the Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act in 1937.
(80.) See Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act Amendment Act, 1938, S.B.C.
The union was established, after many NZNA conference resolutions, to enable the negotiation of awards, under the then Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act, for nurses working in the private sector.
The elements contained in Kingston's failed 1891 Conciliation Bill were nevertheless influential, and can be can be found in the NSW Industrial Arbitration Act 1901, the Western Australian Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1900, and the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1904.
A major section focuses on rule-making and interpretation, beginning with the Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Act of 1894.
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