- the people in a society considered as a system organized by a characteristic pattern of relationships
- Health and social legislation and health organisation
- In creating groups, the natural social organisation of the species should be taken into account.
- Local authorities and the UWV (an organisation responsible for the implementation of social regulations) offer contracts to undertakings like KH.
- Based on their natural social organisation there is no difficulty in keeping saimiris in large single-sex groups.
- Social partnership plays an important role for modernising work organisation, improving labour legislation and ensuring satisfactory wage developments.
- In the case of self-employed persons, bank account number of the contribution payer is required or if the business activity was performed before social insurance was obligatory, certificate of professional and social organisation (e.g. Guild of Crafts) is required.
- The parties to the ACP-EC Agreement have reaffirmed their commitment to the social and ethic clauses as defined by the relevant International Labour Organisation (ILO) Conventions,
- Flexicurity policies address simultaneously the flexibility of labour markets, work organisation and labour relations, reconciliation of work and private life, and employment security and social protection,
- The Committee shall not address labour and social law aspects such as the organisation of occupational regimes, in particular compulsory membership and collective agreements.
- The employer has a duty to ensure the safety and health of workers in every aspect related to the work, including psycho-social factors and work organisation;
- The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
- As a result, the social partners have agreed the following amendments to the Agreement on the Organisation of Working Time of Seafarers:
- Organisation of meetings and events at Community level, intended to raise awareness about issues related to the European Year and about poverty and social exclusion, as well as to provide for a forum for exchange of ideas.
- They are also a vehicle for individuals and associations to address human, social, intergenerational or environmental needs and concerns, and are often carried out in support of a non-profit organisation or community-based initiative.
- Compatibility, and hence group composition, in terms of the age and sex of its members depends on the species. In creating groups, the natural social organisation of the species should be taken into account.