ACAS


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ACAS

, Acas in Britain
Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service
www.acas.org.uk

ACAS

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ACAS boss Sir Brendan Barber said: "Bullying is on the rise and companies need to take it seriously.
ACAS participants have regularly given their feedback on the pilot to CBP since its inception in December 2010.
The testing of Auto ACAS will continue with one of the F-16s simulating an unmanned aircraft.
30 per cent of race discrimination cases involving applications to industrial tribunals were settled by ACAS conciliators, the highest settlement rate yet achieved for this jurisdiction.
The bonds sold by ACAS CLO 2015-2 included tranches rated Aaa(sf) through Ba3(sf) by Moody's, AAA(sf) tranches rated by Fitch and non-rated subordinated notes.
Early conciliation has been available since April, but from May 6 the requirement to notify ACAS became compulsory.
The ACAS Early Conciliation procedure has the effect of 'stopping the clock, providing one calendar month (which can by mutual agreement be extended by 14 days) to explore settlement.
But the approach from ACAS has not stopped the ballot process.
ACAS, the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, warns that they could face sex discrimination cases if they allow men time off to watch England matches but insist women carry on working.
Called the Automatic Air Collision Avoidance System, or Auto ACAS for short, the system under development is described as ``see-and-avoid.
Based on the terms of the transaction and the evaluation of the prospects of ACAS post-restructure, Fitch assigns the following ratings to ACAS:
26 November 2014 -- Maryland US-based private equity firm and global asset manager American Capital Ltd (NASDAQ: ACAS) said that its ACAS CLO 2014-2 Ltd affiliate has closed on the sale of USD 411m of collateralised loan obligation bonds.