Policies need to be established inside companies.
Hurricane Katrina, the Mother Earthers say, is the result of the failed environmental policies of the Bush administration. This disaster is because the United States has not agreed to abide by the Kyoto Treaty protocols. According to those who worship the spinning dirt at the altar of Kyoto, their god, the environment, has exacted justice through Hurricane Katrina.
Just because harp seals may not be endangered right now, that's no excuse for bad management policies.
Compensation policies are to be driven by the nature of the business and its philosophy on how to compensate employees for their past services and how to provide incentives for the future.
One of the biggest insurance mistakes boat owners make is endorsing their boats onto their homeowners policies, which may not cover their losses from a major storm.
Having long been complicit or acquiescent in the enforcement of speech codes, and supportive of regulatory policies promoting ethnic and gender quotas, they here tried to torture the concept of free speech to cover their pet practice of excluding military recruiters from campus. The Court has rightly and unanimously rebuked their sophistry.
Moreover, one cannot escape the thought that the risks taken by Londoners have increased as a result of the policies pursued in Iraq by the disappearing Tony Blair.
Your staff policies on bullying and harassment and discrimination still apply at the office party. Just make sure everyone knows this and knows what they are.
All policies allowed in war and love.
To the extent that their discussions related to general personnel policies, as opposed to specific employees, it is my opinion that part of the meeting should have been open.
African-Americans understand that now is an opportunity to embrace compassionate conservative policies that will move us forward and empower the victims of Hurricane Katrina to recover and rebuild their lives in a greater way.
Companies with dog-friendly policies just get it. They're breeding a class of happy and loyal employees.
but blame the Mexican government not the Minutemen or the policies of the United States.
[The new policies are not in effect to combat underage student drinking.] Obviously, we can't turn a blind eye to alcohol, ... But that is not what this is about. This is more about who's on campus, do they belong here, and what's left over.
The most important thing is the inconsistency of government policies. President Chen seems to shift around, change his policies, change his direction under pressure.
From where I am sitting much of the country now sees the President the way I have seen him since the campaign. He is an ambitious leftist, with little understanding of economics, and with far-reaching goals to create significant and irreversible growth of government and redistribution of wealth through dramatic changes in tax, regulatory, and spending policies.
I will continue to work in Washington to oppose any efforts to expand drilling off our Coasts and to challenge my colleagues to adopt responsible energy policies.
It is time for a New Direction for our nation's energy policies.
Also, people are not often aware of the way the United States' policies influence what happens in places like Haiti or El Salvador or Nicaragua. Or in Columbia right now.
There are 20 million unemployed and what does the Constitution offer us in the Europe of 25, 27 and soon to be 30: policies of unrestricted competition to the detriment of production, wages, research and innovation.
Our foreign policy needs to support our energy, economic, defense and domestic policies. It all falls within the arch of national interest. There will be windows of opportunity, but they will open and close quickly.
We oppose the reactionary policies of the U.S. government but we do not oppose the American people. We want to have many good friends in the United States.
Bush's choice of Dick Cheney as his running mate is clear confirmation of the policies he would promote and the nominations he would make to an already closely divided U.S. Supreme Court.
Now that our media companies and it appears are policies are traded for cash, what is there to check the continuing consolidation of power and diminishing of democracy?
I often traveled to Nicaragua to speak against repressive policies by the Sandinista government.