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Unite

Britain's largest union with over a million members in all types of workplace, and over 100,000 members in the UK health industry.

Unite was formed by a merger of Britain's leading unions, T&G and Amicus, to meet the challenges facing workers in the 21st century. It fights for employees in the workplace, stands up for equality and advances its members’ interests politically. Unite is also active on a global scale, building ever-stronger links with trade unions internationally to confront the challenges of a globalised economy.
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With TalentSonar's expertise in-house, the Unitive team is applying the same natural language and machine learning techniques across Unitive's entire platform, to make hiring as evidence-based and data-driven as every other core company activity.
The future of India and the world will depend to a great extent on the courage 'We the People God in India' from different religious traditions in the country display in coming years to build a great new India of unity, peace and prosperity by promoting a culture of reconciliation and peace based on the much-needed unitive divine consciousness which lies dormant in the collective Indian psyche.
Confronting the various permutations of that which lies dead within the psyche is a key step in the unitive process.
At issue is the idea of one-flesh union, which is expressed in the words of Genesis as "male and female created He them." Complementarity in the sense of unitive bodily functions--and possessed only by opposite-sex couples--is built into the created order.
Now, surely, is the moment for the Lebanese people, politicians and ordinary citizens alike, to invest in the sport, and start to harness its unitive power.
Furthermore, the process of the ascent is operative by means of yearning, or desire, acting as a unitive force in the ascent.
McNeill's "Calvin as an Ecumenical Churchman," which in 1963 distilled the core argument of McNeill's Unitive Protestantism: The Ecumenical Spirit in Its Persistent Expression, which had initially appeared in 1930 and was reprinted the following year, to strong critical notice in the journal.
Scholars reading it may regard it as an unalphabetical but well-indexed minidictionary or encyclopedia of modern missions and unitive efforts.
It is one thing to say that "Dante would have accepted without demur Thomas' position" (85); it is a more far-reaching claim that the procreative telos of sexuality (I could find no mention of its unitive function here) is one of the "main truths of sexual morality" (84).
His topics include the oceanic feeling, the psyche's unitive trends, Erich Fromm's humanistic psychoanalysis, the cosmic narcissism of Heinz Kohut, Wilfred R.