AWU


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AWU

abbreviation for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) Australian Workers' Union
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Current AWU national secretary Daniel Walton said the union had been cooperating with the ROC prior to the raid.
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8) On the great strikes themselves, see, for example, John Merritt, The Making of the AWU (Melbourne' Oxford University Press, 1986); Stuart Svensen, Industrial War' The Great Strikes 1890-94 (Wollongong' Ram Press, 1995); and The Big Strikes' Queensland 1889-1965, ed.
In 2012 it amounted to 5,364 AWU, which is 1% less than in the year before.
These differences gradually became much more pronounced as evidenced by negotiations in 1974 between Egan and the long serving NSW Secretary of the Australian Workers' Union, Charlie Oliver, that led to the amalgamation of the NSW retail union with the AWU in that state.
Chaired by AWU secretary-general Mohammed Salmawi, the permanent session slammed Iranian interference in the internal affairs of any Arab country, stressed the Syrian people's right to freedom and democracy.
Unfortunately, no representative from the AWU was willing to participate in the research.
16) Although the AWU was considered a rightwing union, it employed a number of women officials and Edna had no difficulty in persuading one of them, Linda Norton, to assist her in preparing the submission.
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15) The Dear Diane project was also launched by AWU under the leadership of its director, Elaine Kim, the co-founder and former president at AWU.
AWU assistant secretary Stephen Bali said changes needed to be made to the Workplace Surveillance Act because plumbers, electricians and others in the service industry were being monitored by GPS in their cars or phones.