AWU


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AWU

abbreviation for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Australian Workers' Union
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Within a couple of years of the AWU amalgamation, Egan announced a further amalgamation, this time with the NSW Building Workers' Industrial Union (BWIU).
On the other hand, Barry Egan appears to have envisaged that it would be incorporated into the AWU.
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Between 1980 and 1981, AWU surveyed over 600 immigrant and American-born Chinese and other Asian American female students in San Francisco Bay area high schools, colleges, and universities.
The AWU therefore recommends that workers and corporations involved in EITE be protected against environmental policies through compensation; that Australia must not act before other nation states; and that the only sensible solutions to climate change are market based policies and technological fixes that enhance Australia's economic growth (2008).
The AWU believes there was no breach of privacy and there were no records of workers' activities, which would need to be destroyed.
The NTWU was formed in early 1922 and was made up of disaffected NAIU members who wanted the restoration of the AWU.
Table 2: Background sample characteristics, 1999 (a) Czech Hungary Poland Republic Average UAA per farm (ha) 658 202 25 Average output (b) (EUR) 532,665 224,073 18,000 Average total assets (EUR) 870,542 204,484 86,000 Average total assets per ha (EUR) 1,450 1,977 3,440 Average AWU per farm 32 7.
Qantas Airways and its 12 unions, including the AMWU and AWU, have agreed to a wage pause of at least 12 months.
The Working Group will contain representatives from the West Coast Council, Copper Mines of Tasmania, the AWU, the Department of State Growth and, most importantly, members of the West Coast community.
Unfortunately, no representative from the AWU was willing to participate in the research.