industrial union


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Synonyms for industrial union

a labor union that admits all workers in a given industry irrespective of their craft

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Of course, it would be preposterous to think about white-collar workers' mobilisation in Pakistan, where just about 2pc to 3pc of the blue-collar workforce is unionised, and the formation of industrial unions is hindered by weaknesses of a fragmented, divided labour.
Each industrial union grooms politically minded workers as potential sponsored candidates and selects actual election candidates from among them.
The Union of Machine and Equipment Manufacturers represents over 3,200 predominantly medium-sized enterprises in the investment goods industry, which is the largest industrial union in Europe.
TO UNDERSTAND NIAGARA EMPLOYERS' aversion to organized labour after World War II, one must consider the lengths to which they went to keep industrial unions from making inroads in their plants during the war.
Crown III was the last remaining coal mine in the state affiliated with the more than century-old national industrial union. With Crown III's apparent demise, the union's only coal-related representations in Illinois are a coal preparation plant in Saline County operated by Big Ridge Inc., a Peabody Energy subsidiary, and American Electric Power Co.'s Cook Coal Terminal near Metropolis on the Ohio River.
and Industrial Union and the Romanian-Armenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry signed a Memorandum of Understanding.
Mr Blenkinsop, Labour MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, was joined by lobbyists from Tata Steel and industrial union, Community.
for Recycling and General Industrial union Local 81 Pensions & welfare Funds.
The government informed that Jose Ignacio de Mendiguren, Chairman of the Argentine Industrial Union, gave a positive assessment of the conditions for investment in Macedonia presented at the business forum and stressed that the Union was going to communicate them to its member and to encourage them to regard Macedonia as a good business opportunity.
Herat Industrial Union head Hamidullah Khadim, speaking at the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries office, said: "The strike is aimed to ensure security and protection against gangs of kidnappers.''
The USW is an industrial union in North America which currently has 850,000 members in the US, Canada and the Caribbean, where it represents workers employed in metals, rubber, chemicals, paper, oil refining, renewable and atomic energy and the service sector.
USW, an industrial union in North America, has signed a tentative agreement with Shell on a new three-year agreement.
First Ave.; Bob Baugh, executive director of AFL-CIO Industrial Union Council, will discuss "The Folks Who Brought You the Middle Class: Unions and the Future of American Democracy"; optional buffet costs $13 and begins at 11:30 a.m., program begins at 12:15 p.m.; 541-343-7917 or league@lwvlc.org for lunch reservations.
It is the first major industrial union to seek the restart of suspended nuclear power plants since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami crippled the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, according to the Japanese Trade Union Confederation, known as Rengo.
Badsha was involved with establishing seminal trade union bodies in his country, such as the Trade Union Advisory and Coordinating Council and the Chemical Workers Industrial Union.
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