Public-sector Sentence Examples
A sensible, pragmatic approach was taken to public sector reform.
Most public sector organizations will have policies for managing absence.
The broadband Stakeholder Group recommended public sector broadband aggregation to the government at the end of 2001.
In the past we have attracted most attendees from the public sector via the county training officers.
The service, to be called LiveInteractive, will be launched this autumn at a special event for the public sector.Advertisement
However the Scottish Executive approach demands transfer, presumably on the grounds of ideological aversion to the public sector.
In recent years, with such changes as compulsory competitive tendering, we have seen public sector managers become increasingly businesslike and innovative.
The public sector commissioners had a cafeteria in mind.
The Treasury should considering reducing the discount used in the public sector comparator from six to five per cent.
Defining what choice means in the public sector There is considerable confusion over what enhanced choice actually means.Advertisement
The financial constraints on builders will be relaxed by raising the public sector comparator.
This follows discussions with key stakeholders who believe that public sector consultors are still hesitant in their dealings with these groups.
These imposed deadlines have become the norm both for the public sector and commercial business.
The lowest decile hourly earnings in the private sector was under £ 5.00 compared with £ 5.78 in the public sector.
This strike ignited the simmering discontent that surrounds low pay in the public sector.Advertisement
We also need to have regard to the impact of the minimum wage on public sector finances.
The pay gap has widened in favor of the public sector worker by almost £ 1 an hour.
Allowing for these and for potential public sector productivity growth gives a picture similar to cash incomes.
What are your views on the draft guidance on public sector accounting in Annex H?
We need to learn from other European countries where public sector workers do not have the same ideological hang-ups.Advertisement
Government needs to become more holistic, achieving greater integration across the public sector.
Where care homes are answer need quality care in public sector (not for profits ).
I realized that the public sector was where my motivation and interest really lay, and I joined impower in June 2005.
Some examples I am acting for a public sector body investigating the alleged misconduct of officers.
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Deaf students fail in Britain's grossly overcrowded public sector classrooms.
Unfortunately, failing public sector IT projects are no longer the exception and huge cost overruns can be confidently predicted.
In everyday parlance a public good is a good or service produced by the public sector.
The Labor Government proposed public sector pension reform last autumn and then backtracked in the face of opposition from their public sector union paymasters.
To help increase this figure a new guide has been launched to encourage more public sector procurers to use smaller suppliers.
This e-procurement technology is completely proprietary to the Company and is licensed to medium and large sized organizations in the private and public sector.
Previous experience of applied psychometrics in a business, teaching, public sector or other applied environment is highly desirable.
Leicester was ranked in the top quartile of cities suitable for public sector relocation - the only city to ranked in the top quartile of cities suitable for public sector relocation - the only city to rank in all relocation scenarios.
It's not surprising Gordon Brown is calling for wage restraint from public sector workers.
As a result, public sector capital investment could face tight restrictions over the next few years.
First, he claims public sector unions have left scars on his back by opposing his reforms.
Can IT drive public sector reform, or can it only enable public sector reform, or can it only enable public sector reform?
About 90% of public sector housing in Northern Ireland has become segregated.
The Cabinet Office Better Public services - Striving to improve standards in service delivery across the public sector in the UK.
Antony will help spearhead the bank's expansion into the Public Sector market.
The project aims to bring broadband telecommunications to the public sector offices throughout the South of Scotland.
Despite a successful career in private business, Paul Allen always yearned for a return to his public sector roots.
Leicester was ranked in the top quartile of cities suitable for public sector relocation - the only city to rank in all relocation scenarios.
Martin is the first public sector recipient of the award for ten years.
It 's not surprising Gordon Brown is calling for wage restraint from public sector workers.
To date 14 public sector organizations have elected to submit for the STEPS scheme.
The research focused on both private and public sector procurement procedures.
Why not have more direct public sector involvement in drug development?
Can IT drive public sector reform, or can it only enable public sector reform?
The Cabinet Office Better Public Services - Striving to improve standards in service delivery across the public sector in the UK.
Frugalista has effectively said public sector workers do n't want big mortgages as it stops them moving jobs - well sod everyone else.
Market sounding brings learning into the public sector that is useful in a broader sense.
Antony will help spearhead the bank 's expansion into the Public Sector market.
The Home Office can sublet surplus space to other occupiers whether or not they are public sector bodies.
Women hold about 43 percent of public sector jobs but are underrepresented in senior management positions.
Unison branches in London are calling a meeting for all public sector workers to try to unite any action that takes place.
The Party has launched a review of public spending, under David James, which aims to identify wasteful spending across the public sector.
The decision to pull SCEN out of SCVO has followed a well-worn public sector route.
Getting a job in the public sector may prove to be rewarding financially as well as personally.
These public sector programs tend to have lower interest rates and fees than private sector reverse mortgages offered by lenders and mortgage companies.
The deep state appears to consist of elements in both the private and the public sector intent on furthering their own political agenda.
In addition, he has a public sector accountancy qualification.