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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «ASTMS» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about ASTMS
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ASTMS»
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The Routledge Guide to British Political Archives: Sources ...
ASSOCIATION OF SCIENTIFIC, TECHNICAL AND MANAGERIAL STAFFS
ASTMS was established in 1968 by the amalgamation of the Association of
Scientific Workers (AScW) and the Association of Supervisory Staffs, Executives
Chris Cook, 2012
His union, ASTMS, and the university then agreed to a joint inspection by a
Factory Inspector, an Environmental Health Officer, and union personnel. At a
meeting on 4 March, the university presented the report of the Environmental
Labour Unionism in the Financial Services Sector: Fighting ...
The realpolitik of ASTMS agreeing to the status of internal autonomy for the
transferees was crucial, for under this arrangement, the newly joined sections of
ASTMS would be allowed to maintain organisational and bargaining autonomy (
Professor Gregor Gall, 2012
annual general meeting at Swansea yesterday (Wednesday). ASTMS pulled out
its members — who are employed in the Society's publications department —
because of the Society's refusal to recognise the union. As The Chemical Society
(FICCIA has made representations to the European Commission's committee on
educational standardisation — see New Scientist, vol 53, p 272.) ASTMS, not
surprisingly, is also pursuing European ambitions. Sherman says that "there are
Restructuring Representation: The Merger Process and Trade ...
These discussions failed because both unions already organised workers from
other industries and were not prepared to be restricted to engineering. This view
was consolidated when AScW and ASSET merged to form ASTMS in 1968. A
Jeremy Waddington, 2005
Scientists' unions slog it out Clive Jenkins has suffered yet another setback in his
attempt to win ICI's managerial and professional staff to the Association of
Scientific, Technical and Managerial Staffs (ASTMS). His major competitor in ICI
— the ...
Paying for the Piper: Capital and Labour in Britain's ...
What the recruitment overture of ASTMS to Phillips made clear to other IUOOC
unions, was that this union saw tightly defined spheres of interest as inimical to its
wider aim of concluding single-union recognition agreements where possible.52
Charles Woolfson, John Foster, Matthais Beck, 2013
Becoming a Profession (Psychology Revivals): The History of ...
We have seen that, at the BAAT EGM in 1976, members approved a proposal
recommending that all health service art therapists (and any others who were in a
position to do so) should join ASTMS. We have also seen that there was a shift in
Diane Waller, 2013
Expert recommendations on the safe handling of pathogens in clinical
laboratories are being watered down by the government, ASTMS claims,
because they would cost too much. Following the leak of a smallpox virus from
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ASTMS»
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Ultra-Low Frequency Vibration Isolation Stabilizes Scanning …
The ASTMs single-molecule measurement methods were formulated in the early 1990s by Professor Paul Weiss, the nano-pioneering Director ... «AZoNano.com, Apr 15»
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Barbados Bob, great train robber who uses …
Jenkins, leader of the white-collar workers' union ASTMS, offered no apology for his ostentatious displays of extravagance. His shirts were ... «Daily Mail, Feb 14»
Grantham was voted off the General Council in 1975 after he fell out with the engineers' president, Hugh Scanlon, and Clive Jenkins's ASTMS . «Telegraph.co.uk, Oct 13»
South London Women's Hospital occupation 1984-85 - Past Tense
The big health unions got involved: the National Union of Public Employees (NUPE), COHSE (representing nursing staff), and ASTMS ... «libcom.org, Feb 13»
Cuts privatisation and resistance
David Lowes provides a very useful description of the National Steering Committee Against the Cuts by national unions such as ASTMS, ... «Socialist Resistance, Jan 13»
Gwyn Jones 1955-2010
This led to his holding various offices including that of Chairman of the UoB branch of ASTMS at a time when the universities/government and ... «University of Bristol, Mar 10»
Under new management? The Fisher-Bendix occupation - Solidarity
In addition to the three shop floor unions (AUEW, T&G, and ETU) there are the staff unions (ASTMS, DATA and CAWU) who have acted ... «libcom.org, Sep 07»
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