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AcronymDefinition
EMThem (slang; usually written 'em)
EMElectronic Mail
EMEmployment
EMEminem
EMEmergency Medicine
EMEmoticon
EMEmerging Markets
EMElectronic Music
EMEddie Murphy
EMEnvironmental Management
EMEmergency Management
EMElectromagnetic(s)
EMEnd of Medium
EMElectron Microscopy
EMEffective Microorganisms
EMElectronic Media
EMElectron Microscope
EMEnergy Management
EME-Mail Me
EMExxonMobil
EMExpectation Maximization (algorithm)
EMExtreme Makeover
EMEsclerosis Multiple (Spanish: Multiple Sclerosis)
EMExperimental Model
EMEngineering Mechanics (various schools)
EMEnterprise Manager
EMÉcole de Management (French: Management School)
EMElectronic Monitoring (various locations)
EMEngineering Manager
EMExercise Manual
EMEncephalomyelitis (inflammation of brain and spinal cord)
EMEnd-user Manual
EMExpress Mail
EMExecutive Manager (US DoD)
EMElectronic Manual
EMEnterprise Management
EMElliot Minor (band)
EMElectromechanical
EMEvaluation Model
EMEnlisted Marine (US DoD)
EMEmergency Manager
EMElectronic Musician
EMEngineering Model
EMEncyclopedia of Mormonism
EMExplanatory Memorandum (Australia and UK)
EMElectronic Module
EMEnrollment Management (educational institutions)
EMEarly Minoan (time period)
EMEngineer of Mines (mining engineer)
EMEnergia Metabolizável (French: Metabolizable Energy)
EMExtensions Manager (Apple)
EMEnlisted Military
EMEnvironmental Mycobacteria
EMEnd of Medium (ITU-T)
EMElectron Micrograph
EMElectromotive (voltage as an electromotive force)
EMEconomics and Management
EMElement Manager
EMEngine Modification
EMExternal Modulation (Pirelli)
EMEnvironmental Module
EMExpanded Memory
EMEnd Matched
EMEnergy Maneuverability
EMEmasculated Male
EMElectronic Marketplace
EMEquipment Module
EMElement Management (Sprint)
EMEnvironmental Monitor
EMElectromigration
EMExtraintestinal Manifestation
EMExecutive Minister
EMExecution Management
EMEnvironment Monitor (SONET)
EMEnergetic Material
EMExecution Monitor
EMEuroMetaux (European Association of Non-Ferrous Metals)
EMElectrician's Mate (US Navy rating)
EMEnabled Mail (Internet)
EMEducation Manual
EMElectric Mirrors (automotive classifieds)
EMElectromagnetic Conductivity
EMEconomy and Management
EMError Monitor
EMException Monitor
EMEarl Marshall (British)
EMElectron Migration
EMEstimate-Maximize
EMEngineering Memorandum
EMEquivalent Men
EMEuroMARC (European Union trademark registration database)
EMWidth of Capital m (unit of measurement)
EMEastern Megalopolis
EME-Box-M-CAT
EMDepartment of Electromechanics
EMErratus Monks (gaming)
EMEngineer(ing) Manual (USACE)
EMQuantity of Structure Excavation without Shoring (Colorado Department of Transportation)
EMDepartment of Energy Office of Assistant Secretary for Environmental Management
EMEdgemoor & Manetta Railway
EMEnlisted Man/Men/Member
EMEtna and Montrose Railroad
EMQuantity of Structure Excavation with Shoring (Colorado Department of Transportation)
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The employment representatives and companies to be recognized with National Commander's Employment Awards at the 85th National Convention are listed at right.
31.3121 (a)-1(c), "[t]he name by which the remuneration for employment is designated is immaterial....
(11) In Meritor, the Supreme Court stated that the conduct, first of all, must be unwelcomed, and then emphasized that it must be so severe and pervasive as to "alter the conditions of [the victim's] employment and create an abusive working environment." (12)
Manufacturing employment is shrinking worldwide as a result of more efficient use of labor, automation, and new IT.
The employment rate for people with disabilities should not be substantially lower than that of the general public if there is truly equal access and opportunity.
The prevalence of early prenatal care was lower among women who became unemployed or inadequately employed during pregnancy than among those who remained adequately employed, and women who involuntarily transitioned to part-time employment gave birth at a significantly shorter gestation than their counterparts whose employment status was stable.
Supported Employment Program, North Battleford: To enables approximately 35 persons with intellectual disabilities to develop the skills, knowledge and experience they need to find and maintain a position in the workforce.
In 2001, the Urban Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based policy research organization, began a study called "Chicago Prisoners' Experiences Returning Home." Researchers asked 400 former prisoners released into the Chicago area about employment four to eight months after release.
Reviewing literature on the economic and non-economic impacts of welfare-to-work policies, I evaluate the extent to which these policies, while mandating lone-mothers into employment, recognize the gendered nature of work, employment and poverty.
Hasazi, Johnson, Hasazi, Gordon, and Hull (1989) provided a comprehensive review post-high school employment of youth with and without disabilities.
"State and local government employment is far weaker seven years after the start of the Great Recession than it was seven years after the start of any of the previous four recessions," according to the report.
The cohort component method, which analyzes changes within age cohorts between two time periods, was used to construct a projection of what employment would have been if there had been no recession.
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