NTOSNational Theatre of Scotland (est. 2004; UK)
NTOSNational Tourism Organization of Serbia
NTOSNeurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
NTOSNorth Tampa Outpatient Surgical (Florida)
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The PSA, with protracted negotiations for its South Island clerical members and "partnership for quality" approach, was very keen to secure a NToS. For NZNO, with a more membership-driven mentality and with a very successful recent bargaining history, probably had the least to gain from a NToS approach, however there was a recognition that this was going to be a difficult bargaining round in any case.
Be that as it may, Alexander was convinced of the need to try for a NToS and was relieved members endorsed it.
The purpose of this article is to develop a model of the strategic planning process that will stimulate empirical research on the application of this process in NTOs and enhance the understanding of the process by NTO management.
Although the extent of state intervention varies from country to country, governments frequently intervene in the activities of their NTOs to stimulate tourism (Kosters 1994).
All DAOs covered by the NToS will get a one-off $300 payment in recognition of the de[ay in resolving the matter.
Under the NToS, art terms and conditions of the national NZNO/DHB multi-employer collective agreement, which expired on March 31, 2010, are retained.
For NZNO members, the timeframe for the proposed NTOS is a nine-month roll-over from April 1, ie no pay increase in that time, a two percent base rate increase from January 2011, with the agreement expiring at the end of September 2011.
The proposed NTOS also includes resolution of the long-standing duty authorised officer (DAO) allowance.
Alexander said if members voted to support a NTOS, it would include:
Alexander said it was difficult to be specific about the detail of any NTOS. "If our members and the other union members vote in favour of the NTOS approach, then we will start negotiating the NTOS.
Mostly, Florida's courts have been lenient in approaching compliance with the substantive requirements of the NTO, though errors or omissions can be grounds to void a supplier's or subcontractor's lien, according to a piece by Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP.
The court ultimately decided that the subcontractor (sub) had substantially complied with Florida's lien law requirements, because the defect in the NTO resulted from the owner's providing the sub with the incorrect GC on the NOC, the article concluded.