AUEW


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AUEW

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Amalgamated Union of Engineering Workers
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FAMILY AFFAIR: Developers Tony and Sam De Marco outside the former AUEW building in Corporation Street
He left Clydebank High School in 1947 at the age of 14, and after serving his time at Singers, became regional officer for the AUEW union in Scotland and north-west England in 1972.
Auditions start at 10am in the AUEW building next to the theatre on Corporation Street.
Mr Keith Handy, (pictured below, inset) local organiser of the engineering union the AUEW, visited Bridge Mills to discuss the development with its engineering union shop steward.
He claimed that he had been suspended by Lucas and then dismissed because he had no union card and because it was unlikely he would be able to join the AUEW.
And it was in this city a few years later he would start his trade union career as a shop steward, although the first union he belonged to was the TGWU's rival, the AUEW.
He called for representatives of the three trade unions mainly affected by the dispute -- the Electrical, Electronic, Telecommunications and Plumbing Union, the AUEW (engineering section) and the transport and general workers union, TGWU -- to meet him this afternoon ``to re-examine the critical situation'' that has arisen and to explore possible methods of resolving the dispute.
He was research man for engineering union the AUEW.
The open auditions will take place from 10am in the AUEW building next to the Belgrade, in Corporation Street, and are aimed at children aged between eight and 16.