PSOJ

AcronymDefinition
PSOJPlastic Small Outline J-Leaded
PSOJPrivate Sector Organisation of Jamaica (aka Private Sector Organization of Jamaica)
PSOJPrivate Sector Organization of Jamaica (aka Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica)
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The Commission does not appear credible and it's a matter of concern,' the PSOJ president said.
Redistributive policies would typically conflict with private sector demands for low taxes and low spending but the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica (PSOJ) endorsed the redistributionist plans put forward by the party in its election manifesto.
PSOJ president, Howard Mitchell, said local businesses have to confront situations where unqualified men are being hired over qualified women.
'If you believe in your cause, you have to make some noise,' Mitchell said, acknowledging that the PSOJ also has work to do.
The PSOJ said it was specially concerned about "the level of brutal murders that have taken place....the business community is experiencing a growing level of uneasiness among its employees who are increasingly fearful of the basic need to travel from their community to the workplace and for the welfare of their families while they are at work";
On the topic on collaborating with the Diaspora, Bennett Templer cited JAUSACC's signing of a Memorandum of Undertstanding (MoU) with JAMPRO last September, and more recently with the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ), as a positive move towards expanding the business relationship between Jamaica and the US.
Jamaica's business umbrella group, the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica (PSOJ), is predicting gloom for the national economy in 1998 and beyond, reports CANA (May 21, 1998):
For example, in 2009, the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) has secured funding from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to facilitate capacity building among small and medium size family-owned businesses.
This contrasts with the strong advocacy from practice and scholarship for merit-based systems of employment, progression, reward and governance in public and non-family corporations (Kerr 2007; PSOJ 2006).