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What does ABU mean?

ABU means general Bond employment companies

With 370 members, the ABU is the largest employer organisation in the employment sector (more than 60 percent of the market). The ABU members realise more than 280 million broadcasting hours a year, helping hundreds of thousands of temporary workers and thousands of companies (approximately 700,000 people and 1.3 million jobs). The ABU members are in favour of quality and security, and are therefore periodically checked to ensure that the constant quality is maintained. The ABU has his voice heard in politics and has been closely involved in the flexibility and Security Act and took the initiative of the CAO for temporary workers. More information about the ABU can be read on their website.

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