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List of Variables Definition Active labor
Public expenditure on active labor
market programs market policies per unemployed worker as a share of GDP per capita.
Furthermore, labor standards are significantly correlated with measures of active labor
market policies, unionization, and union coordination, as well as with wage coordination on the employer's side.
OECD countries' expenditures for public-service employment programs, active labor
market measures, and passive labor market measures
When a patient is found to have an emergency condition or to be in active labor
, the hospital must either provide further examination and treatment, within its capabilities, to stabilize the medical condition or to treat the labor, unless such treatment is refused, or provide an appropriate transfer to another health facility.
Although no absolute time for allowing a woman to remain in the active labor
phase has been determined, the document states that women who have never delivered should be given at least 3 hours to push, while women who have delivered previously should be given a minimum of 2 hours.
Although Germany has a long-standing reputation as a passive welfare state with elaborate schemes of status-protecting income replacement through social insurance in case of unemployment and a full-blown system of active labor
market policies, all benefit systems had formal elements of activation and work requirement--but they had not been enforced systematically.
UNITE, with 250,000 members, is one of the most progressive and active labor
unions in North America.
Over the seven years she worked here, she became an active labor
assistant and is currently one of the more experienced labor assistants in the Boston area.
Under the federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor
Act, hospitals with emergency room services are required to treat anyone who requires care, including illegal aliens--but the act does not specify who is liable for the costs.
More than 90% of these hospitals violated the screening, stabilizing, treatment, or transfer provisions of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor
Act of 1986.
market policies should encourage greater labor mobility and responsiveness to changing economic conditions.