PSBB

AcronymDefinition
PSBBPublic Service Benchmarking Body (est. 2000; Ireland)
PSBBPadma Seshadri Bala Bhavan (school, India)
PSBBPeptone Sorbitol Bile Broth (microbiology)
PSBBPenn State Blue Band (University Park, PA)
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The facilities owned by PSBB include 200 hectares of Dura parent plantations (20,164 trees) and 79 hectares of Pisifera parent plantation (9,713 trees) from best cross breeding.
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On the other hand, the educational institution gains the financial leverage to scale up its network without significant capital investment." Consider the tie- up L& T shares with one of Chennai's leading educational institute Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan ( PSBB).
In particular, the first Public Service Benchmarking Body (PSBB) report in 2002 recommended an overall increase in public service pay costs of 8.9% (PSBB, 2002), leading to a sharp relative increase in public sector wages.
By contrast, the second PSBB found that "in general public service salaries compare well with the private sector" and recommends a limited number of specific pay increases representing just 0.3% of overall pay costs.
Substantial pay increases have been granted since then on the basis of recommendations from the Public Service Benchmarking Body (PSBB), (6) although some doubts were expressed at the time about whether wage levels were substantially out of line or whether the civil service was experiencing widespread recruitment problems (O'Leary, 2002).
Under the terms of the Programme for Prosperity and Fairness, the Public Service Benchmarking Body (PSBB) was established on July 19, 2000.