UCI

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AcronymDefinition
UCIUniversity of California, Irvine
UCIUnion Cycliste Internationale (International Cycling Union)
UCIUnited Cinemas International (UK)
UCIUniversal Chess Interface (protocol)
UCIUplink Control Information (wireless communications)
UCIUltrasonic Contact Impedance (hardness test method)
UCIUniform Computer Information
UCIUniversal Content Interface
UCIUniversal Class Installer
UCIUniversal Connector Interface
UCIUpper Cook Inlet (Alaska)
UCIUnidad de Cuidados Intensivos
UCIUnit Compliance Inspection (military)
UCIUnlawful Command Influence (military justice)
UCIUrban Coast Institute (Monmouth University; New Jersey)
UCIUnemployment Compensation Insurance
UCIMicrocurie (unit of radioactivity)
UCIUnicredito Italiano (Italian banking group)
UCIUniversity Circle Incorporated (Cleveland, Ohio)
UCIUnion des Constructeurs Immobiliers (French: Union of Builders)
UCIUtah Correctional Industries
UCIUser-Computer Interface
UCIUniversal Communications Identifier
UCIUnion City, Indiana
UCIUltimate Creations, Inc. (various organizations)
UCIUnder Construction Indefinitely
UCIUnique Client Identifier
UCIUnclassified Controlled Information
UCIUnique Consignment Identifier
UCIUnited Cycling Institute
UCIUnion Cynologique International
UCIUrban Consultants, Inc.
UCIUniversal Coolness Index
UCIUpdated Coordinating Instructions
UCIUnión Corresponsalía Internacional (Guatemala)
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Employees are ineligible for paid family leave if they receive State Disability Insurance, Unemployment Compensation Insurance or Workers' Compensation; are not working or looking for work at the time they begin their family leave; are not suffering a loss of wages; are in custody due to a criminal conviction; or the need for care is not supported by the certificate of a treating physician or practitioner.
The average combined contribution rate for the sample is approximately 4%, but the relatively small size of this figure conceals the fact that for low-wage workers, the expected contribution rate is much higher than the average.(12) The presence of statutory minimum benefits for both workers' compensation insurance and unemployment compensation insurance creates a non-linear relationship between the wage and the employer contribution.
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