LMA

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AcronymDefinition
LMALegal Marketing Association
LMALongissimus Muscle Area
LMALaryngeal Mask Airway
LMALive Music Archive
LMALeague Managers Association (UK)
LMALibrary Media Association
LMALamborghini Motore Anteriore
LMALightspeed Memory Architecture
LMALower Memory Area
LMALinux Migration Agent
LMALightweight Mobile Agent
LMALarge Mode Area
LMALocal Marketing Agreement
LMALondon Metropolitan Archives (London, England, UK)
LMALightspeed Memory Architecture (computing)
LMALaboratoire de Mécanique et d'Acoustique
LMALloyd's Market Association (London, England, UK)
LMALand Management Agency (various locations)
LMALexikon des Mittelalters (German: Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages)
LMALoan Market Association
LMALisbon Metropolitan Area (Portugal)
LMALivestock Marketing Association
LMALabour Market Agreement (Canada)
LMALabour Market Analysis (various organizations)
LMALockheed Martin Astronautics
LMALietuvos Muzikos Akademija (Lithuanian: Lithuanian Academy of Music)
LMALeave Me Alone
LMALou Martin & Associates, Inc. (San Antonio, TX)
LMALoan Management Account (credit line)
LMALeading, Managing, and Holding People Accountable (business model)
LMALevenberg-Marquardt Algorithm
LMALocal Management Agreement
LMALead Maintenance Activity
LMALearning Mobile Author (software)
LMALegal Marriage Alliance
LMALandscape Maintenance Association
LMALeft Main Artery
LMALand Mine Awareness
LMALaryngeal Mask Anesthesia
LMALumber Manufacturers Association
LMALabor Management Agreement
LMALights Motors Action (Disney World Show)
LMALaw of Mass Action
LMALease Management Agreement
LMALinux Media Arts (Reno, NV)
LMALockheed Martin Aerospace
LMALebanese Management Association (Beirut, Lebanon; est. 1959)
LMALaminating Materials Association, Inc.
LMALow Memory Area (aka conventional memory)
LMALeaky-Mode Antenna
LMALegal Marketing Agency (Australia)
LMALower Mt Auburn (Cincinnati, Ohio neighborhood)
LMALogistics & Manufacturing Association, Port Laredo
LMALupus Mid-Atlantic (healthcare; various locations)
LMALao Medical Association
LMALow Molecular Weight Activity
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Dhakal briefed about the Colombo Process and informed invitees about Nepal's current chairmanship of the process and its theme, 'Safe, regular and managed migration: win-win for all.' The ambassador talked about five thematic areas of action of the process namely skills and qualification recognition process; fostering ethical recruitment; effective predeparture orientation and empowerment; remittances; and labour market analysis.
Given policy coordination at European level, the desire to unify and, where possible, to coordinate policies of EU member countries, creating a unified system of labour market analysis at EU level can only have beneficial effects.
11 September 2012 a[euro]" US online career platform operator CareerBuilder said on Tuesday that it had acquired employment data and labour market analysis provider Economic Modeling Specialists Intl (EMSI).
Fifth and more broadly, the view that an analysis of employment and unemployment must begin with an analysis of effective demand, and one which takes the latter to be determined independent of the economy's capacity to produce, also carries with it implications about the significance of technological change and (of particular relevance for conventional labour market analysis) the accumulation of human capital.
The Singapore Ministry of Manpower was visiting various organisations in the UK to learn from their experience and best practices in areas, such as labour market analysis and policy research.
They say there is no proof that Atlantic Gateway is a "unique opportunity", asserting that links between Manchester, Leeds and Lancashire are "as important as those which relate to Manchester, Liverpool and parts of Cheshire." The report asserts that there has been no labour market analysis or estimate of the scale of public money that will be needed.
Similarly, plan is prepared for capacity building of TEVT institutions and labour market analysis unit funded by European commission (EC) and ILO, developing language training courses for overseas workers and training according to demands of labour receiving countries.
They open a new terrain in labour market analysis that should provide a richer understanding of the way work and labour policies affect lives.
Policy for a change; local labour market analysis and gender equality.
Starting from a series of articles (Cazes & Nesporova, 2004/5) and rules of good practice recommended by ILO in connection with the use KILM (ILO, 2005, 2007) for labour market analysis in different countries or regions (Global Employment Trends, 2008), we considered it appropriate to take into consideration the following aspects on labour market: labour force and participation indicators in the field of labour, indicators of employment and unemployment.
This shifts the spotlight of labour market analysis away from unemployed workers to under employing employers.