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public sector

(in health care) typically, government at the federal, state, provincial, and local levels. It may refer to other community organizations and lobbying groups.
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Separately, the government is taking forward changes that mean that no public sector exit payment can be more than 95,000 and will also publish further guidance on public sector pay rules in the new year.
Emphasizing the need for improving productivity both in our public and private sector, Dr Singh said: "For public sector enterprises to survive in increasingly competitive, they must make use of new technology and pay attention to improving corporate governance.
Making a difference: Working for the public sector gives you the chance get away from a profit-hungry organisation, and to do work that makes a difference to the community.
The annual CBI-AXA Absence Survey, which questioned more than 500 organisations, also claimed that public sector absence cost the UK economy pounds 4.
In fact, the public sector offers a broad range of highly-fulfilling career opportunities.
While most of health care is about helping others, public sector health executives often find they have job descriptions that center on making the world a better place for everyone.
the state loses the capacity to manage the size and efficiency of the public sector .
The public sector was responsible for only 13% of the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) while the private sector contributed the remainder of the GDP.
Comprehensive volumes on public sector industrial relations by a single author are rare.
Expression of Interest for Development of federal accounting and reporting standards in public sector on the basis of IPSAS in the context of general public sector accounting rules, principles and procedures, and development of mIBRD 82880ethodological recommendations.

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