SLRC - What does SLRC stand for? The Free Dictionary
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paragraph (c) is not omitted from the definition, the SLRC
I would say that is part of the preparation by the government to have SLRC
under their control under any situation.
The registered nurses of the Cambridge Hospital campus of CHA, who are represented by the Massachusetts Nurses Association, had filed an unfair labor practice charge with the SLRC
against the hospital on July 1 for its refusal to engage in good faith negotiations with the nurses in their effort to reach agreement on a new union contract.
In response to the hospitals' action, the MNA filed an official request for mediation and fact finding with the SLRC
as well as filed a prohibitive practice charge on July 1 which included a request for the SLRC
to seek an injunction against the CHA from proceeding with the retiree health cuts.
is the California-based biotech company that revolutionized the environmental testing industry with the introduction of its WaterSafe(R) line of do-it-yourself drinking water test kits.
Vice President of Sales Tom Round reports that the military is currently collaborating with Silver Lake Research to evaluate the test in active war zones such as Afghanistan and Iraq, where contaminated water sources are widespread and the previous 48-hour test-wait time imposed a dangerous moratorium on operations and greatly increased the risk of disease.