Official World TimeWorld time official
Samples of the permitted use of the official time are: ARE THERE ANY EXAMPLE FUNCTIONS THAT MAY NOT BE EXECUTED AT THE OFFICIAL TIME? None of the work related to trade unions' in-house work may be carried out during official hours. This includes advertising trade unions' members, the campaign for the trade unions' offices and the collection of trade unions' contributions.
Superiors must enter all official times used by trade unions with the following code on the time card: BATERM NEGOTIATIONOfficial time used by trade unions' delegates to draft and agree a fundamental wage contract or its replacement. NEGOTIATION Official time used to discuss questions that arise during the lifetime of a duration contract, i.e. negotiation at grassroots rather than regional levels.
bdgeneral laboratory - managerial relationshipofficial time used for: employee and managerial discussions on general terms and condition of work, employee managerial board sessions, trade unions representative trainings and trade unions' attendance at official and inquiry talks. ACDISPUT RESOLUTIONOfficial time used for handling complaints through to conciliation and for handling complaints from members of the negotiating session to the various authorities such as MSPB, FLRA and EEOC and, if necessary, to the tribunals.
Much of the official time will be spent in the BD and BK code and sometimes in the other two as well.
ITC - Coordinated World Time
Co-ordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the foundation for today's civilian era. The 24-hour time standards are met by high-precision nuclear watches in combination with the Earth's orbit. It is the time and date code used worldwide. Throughout the world, time centres have come to an agreement to keep their time dials tightly synchronised - or co-ordinated -, hence the name Co-ordinated Universal Time.
TAI (International Nuclear Time): It is a time dial that combined the power of about 400 high-precision nuclear watches around the world to provide the accurate ticking rate for our watch. All-purpose time ( FT1 ): Known also as the astronomical time or sun time, it relates to the Earth's orbit. The Universal Time (UT) was founded in 1884 at the International Meridian Conference.
That is the foundation for the 24-hour time zoning system known today. Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) was selected as the world time benchmark at that time. At the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London, the datum line or prime meridian was defined as the transition orbit.
Coordinated Universal Time was formally launched in 1967. It was adapted several time until 1972, when leak seconds were implemented to keep it in accordance with the Earth's rotational system, which is not quite uniform and less accurate than nuclear watches. Greenwich Mean Time (also called Zulu time) was the same as Universal Time (UT) until 1972.
The GMT is no longer a time reference since then. Today Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is just the name of a time zones used by a few African and Western European nations, among them Great Britain in winters and Iceland all year round. What do we have time zones for?