So the most sensible plan is the one put forward by Anna Burger, head of labor's Change to Win coalition.
What does CTWC stand for?
CTWC stands for Change to Win Coalition
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We have 6 other meanings of CTWC in our Acronym Attic
- Cutting the Wires (mobile data solutions; UK)
- Cycle to Work (UK)
- Total Carat Weight
- Cabot Trail Working Association (Canada)
- Churches Together in the Westbury Area (England, UK)
- Closer Than We Appear (band)
- Coastal Tidelands and Wetlands Act (South Carolina)
- College Township Water Authority (State College, PA)
- Coventry Tamil Welfare Association (Coventry, England, UK)
- Central Texas Workforce Center (Killeen, TX)
- Christian Teaching and Worship Center (Woburn, MA)
- Companion of the Warren Centre (Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering; Australia)
- Corsair Trimarans Worldwide Challenge (Corsair Marine; Chula Vista, CA)
- Coupled Two-Way Clustering (gene data analysis)
- Cape Town World Cinema Festival (South Africa)
- Contact Tip to Work Distance (welding)
- Chemical Toxic Waste Disposal Sites
- Career Technical/Workforce Education
- China Through Western Eyes
- Contract Theory Workshop East (Hitotsubashi University; Tokyo, Japan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But facing off against the UFCW may not be a slam-dunk, he cautions, noting that the union, along with the Service Employees International Union and others, is part of the Change to Win Coalition that broke with the AFL-CIO last year.
12) asked whether supporters of justice for working people should choose sides between the seven major unions that have formed the Change to Win Coalition and the unions that remain in the AFL-CIO.
At their recent convention in Chicago, the AFL-CIO watched as four of the largest unions in the 50-year old coalition announced they were leaving and forming something called the Change to Win Coalition.
Both the AFL-CIO and the Change to Win Coalition share many common goals, he said.
The main complaint of the new Change to Win Coalition was that the AFL-CIO didn't devote enough energy to organizing.