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regularization

[‚reg·yə·lər·ə′zā·shən]
(quantum mechanics)
A formal procedure used to eliminate ambiguities which arise in evaluating certain integrals in a quantized field theory; corresponds to adding extra fields whose masses are allowed to approach infinity.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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2018, DOLE was able to regularize 413,940 contractual workers.
to regularize more workers as he was unimpressed with the fast food giant's regularization program.
'Hopefully, we can receive a response from them and find out how soon they intend to regularize all their employees,' Bello said.
"These remaining targeted business establishments are responding and pledged to regularize their remaining workers before the end of this year," Mantilla said.
'So iyon ang aming sagot sa kanila, welcome iyong inyong proposal, iyong regularization program ninyo pero we want to find out how soon do you intend to fully regularize all their employees,' he said.
one to scale-five, while employees from scale up to 14 a committee comprising provincial ministers was constituted and had made commitment to regularize all contractual employees from scale one to five without conducting test or interview.
DOLE had previously ordered PLDT to regularize 7,344 workers from its service contractors.
Benavidez said the release of the list 'encouraged' more companies to voluntarily regularize their workers.
On the occasion, they demanded of the higher authorities to regularize their services, otherwise they have threatened to accelerate their protest circle.
She said DOLE's Mediation-Arbitration and Legal Service Unit is still validating other companies which are set to regularize their workers.
As of last week, the DOLE reported it was able to regularize 321,964 workers since it started going after companies engaged in illegal contractualization in 2016.
He earlier announced that the department planned to regularize 300,000 more contractual employees this year.