USW


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USW

abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) ultrashort wave
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The USW members will meet with leaders from the FNV oil workers union at Shell and LyondellBasell in the Netherlands today through Wednesday and then travel to London on Thursday to meet with leaders from Unite the Union, the largest industrial union in Great Britain and Ireland.
In its near-60 years of existence, the URW seemed to place worker safety as a top priority, hopefully the USW will do the same.
The results were observed and certified by a broad range of groups, including international observers provided by the USW and the AFL-CIO's Solidarity Center.
In London, Workers Uniting, an international labor union representing more than two million workers in Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom and the United States, today passed a resolution saluting the USW s oil workers, who began the ULP strike on Feb.
The Republic Retiree VEBA Benefit Trust was established in 2002 through negotiations between the USW and Republic Engineered Products (REP), which now owns several of the former RTI plants.
The USW is pleased to announce its support of Crestwood s proposed Finger Lakes LPG storage project.
USW members and workers' rights organization Jobs with Justice are hand-billing the MSM facilities.
Citing a seldom-used legal doctrine known as a reverse Boys Market injunction, the USW has successfully enjoined Team Carriers from directly or indirectly selling any of its trucking equipment to Garten Trucking LC.
The new subsidy allegation filed this past March in the glossy paper trade case by the USW and the Sierra Club's 'Blue-Green Alliance' is a source of accomplishment, resulting in the Commerce Department examining illegal logging in Indonesia as a subsidy potentially subject to countervailing duties.
The USW TIMET Unity Council provides us with a solid front in bargaining with the company," Bonds said.
In a particularly mean-spirited passage designed to illustrate how union leaders are not members of the working class, the newspaper singles out USW member Jimmy Warren, a democratically elected local union financial officer from Arkansas, as receiving $825,262 in payments from his union.
The USW president emphasized the decision as an overdue response to mounting public recognition that free trade is a failed policy.