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The reforms as they are expected to stand are "intended to 'flexibilize' the world of work, to make the workers' wages even more precarious, and to close the door to independent and democratic unions," Benedicto MartA-nez Orozco, once of the leaders of the National Union of Workers told Mexican Labor News and Analysis.
PPB Advisory is working closely with the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU), the National Union of Workers (NUW), the Shop, Distributive & Allied Employees Association (SDA) and the Federal Government to try to secure all remaining entitlements.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Australian carrier Qantas on Wednesday announced that it has finalised an Enterprise Bargaining Agreement with members of the National Union of Workers (NUW).
Abascal said the new labor law would be based on a consensus brokered between the CT, employers' association Coparmex, and the National Union of Workers (UNT), the umbrella organization representing Mexico's democratic unions.
MASSILLON, Ohio -- United Steelworkers of America (USWA) and the National Union of Workers of Australia (NUW) officials today jointly called on Pacific Dunlop Ltd.
In its place has emerged a new union federation, the National Union of Workers (UNT), which has declared open opposition to the economic reforms.
So they set up a pro-Duarte labor coalition--the National Union of Workers and Campesinos (UNOC) and parallel government-backed unions in the public and private sector.
The meeting was hosted by the National Union of Workers of General Tire (Continental) of Mexico.