NCMB

AcronymDefinition
NCMBNorth Carolina Medical Board (est. 1859; Raleigh, NC)
NCMBNational Conciliation and Mediation Board (Quezon City, Philippines)
NCMBNational Catholic Ministry to the Bereaved (est. 1990; St. Louis, MO)
NCMBNorth Country Mortgage Bank
NCMBNational Collection of Marine Bacteria (Torry Research Station; Aberdeen, Scotland, UK)
NCMBNon Conformance Monitoring Board (engineering industry)
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Two cases remain pending and are subject of conciliation-mediation services as of May 31, 2019,' the NCMB said.
SMD also complained to NCMB about unclear terms for workers in the airport's operation and maintenance contract with a private consortium that would run the P15-billion new passenger terminal being put up by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA).
But the NCMB, in its ruling rendered last week, said the employers may have been too harsh in deciding to outrightly sack the 47-year-od Nenacos.
Voluntary arbitration is a mode of settling labour-management disputes that involve the selection by the affected parties of a competent person from a list provided by the NCMB.
Each month, the NCMB sponsors seminars on topics such as raising capital that include representatives from venture capital firms, the SBA and banks.
5 buwan na ito sa NCMB, wala pa rin kayong maayos na offer/counter-offer.
A total of 178 Notices of Strike were filed at the NCMB in August, which is 17.41 percent higher compared to the 147 cases in the same period in 2017.
Under Rule III (Definition of Terms), Article 5.26 defines an indigent senior citizen as 'any elderly who is frail, sickly, or with disability, and without pension or regular source of income, compensation, or financial assistance from his/her relatives to support his/her basic needs as determined by the DSWD in consultation with the National Coordinating and Monitoring Board (NCMB).' In addition, let me add that Webster's Dictionary defines an 'indigent' as a poor, impoverished, destitute or deprived individual.
The National Coalition of Minority Business (NCMB), a minority business advocacy group, is spearheading an effort to get the word out about H.R.