Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
For many of them, the pension regulations proposed last week by the Bush administration pose a threat to their future retirement.
Given the focus on corporate wrongdoing, Congressional leaders say they expect to be able to agree on new pension regulations.
Federal pension regulations include safeguards intended to ensure that employers do not abandon covered workers.
By comparison, New York's pension regulations have been far more forgiving of notably dishonorable behavior.
Bellicose rhetoric has served to divert attention from a real but fixable flaw in pension regulations.
First book: About Pension regulations.
The change in pensions regulations for business will be part of a series of "pro-business" initiatives in the Autumn Statement.
Pension regulation in Canada falls mostly within provincial jurisdiction by virtue of the property and civil rights power under the Constitution Act, 1867.
Pension regulation is a legal term encompassing the set of laws, rules and authoritative standards governing the pension industry, and the procedures needed to enforce them.
In this position he was a senior advisor to the Secretary with principal responsibility for regulatory reform, leading the Department's effort to overhaul its compensation and pension regulations.
He noted that the absence of the pension regulation had affected millions of older workers and was costing as much as $450 million a year in lost pension benefits.
He made efforts to safeguard the rights of veteran soldiers of the Empire, organized the General Staff, and revised the code of military law and the pension regulations.
Just before the scuffle with a Fini supporter, one of them accused the speaker of "offending those who took advantage of pension regulations that were in effect at the time."
Pension regulation seeks to provide the various norms and standards needed to foster market efficiency, consistency, transparency and accountability across the pension industry: it is a key driver of pension funds's risk management.
Now how is a pensions regulator going to look at those thirty transactions, therefore are you not effectively saying that the pensions regulator may work in areas where pensions regulation actually works now.
Not even the Bullmann report would argue to that effect, and rightly so. There is everything in there, from the development of research to pension regulations, but thankfully he does not say anything about extending codecision.
The House of Representatives voted decisively last night to block the Treasury's work on pension regulations, citing concerns that the rules might be used by companies intent on changing their pension plans in ways that would strip older workers of benefits.
A key issue in the court case was whether the Office of Management and Budget, where Mr. Ginsburg had headed the office for regulatory affairs, had improperly interfered with and delayed pension regulations affecting millions of older workers, records show.
The investigators also said that the local had "a history of nepotism" and that its president since November 1995, Theodore J. Brovarski, had violated Federal pension regulations by accepting salaries from both the union and its welfare funds when he was secretary-treasurer.
Some principles are about more than inconvenience and the principle here is a very big one- in addition to the sheer unfairness of not negotiating fairly over a dramatic change in pension regulation rather than imposing it and blaming public servants for having fair pensions rather than dreadful or no pensions.
Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg, who withdrew today as President Reagan's choice for the Supreme Court, sat for two months this spring as a judge on a pension regulation case arising from actions in which he had been directly involved as a Government official two years earlier, according to court documents.