Former Obama administration adviser William Spriggs, the chief economist of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), said the hike was essential.
What does CIO stand for?
CIO stands for Congress of Industrial Organizations (the prior half of the AFL-CIO, 1936-1955)
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We have 211 other meanings of CIO in our Acronym Attic
- Collège d'Implantologie Orale
- Combat Intelligence Officer
- Comité International d'Orientation (French: Intercommunal Orientation Committee)
- Comité International Olympique (International Olympic Committee)
- Command Issuing Office
- Commission Internationale d'Optique (French)
- Community Involvement and Outreach Office (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
- Comprehensive, Independent and Objective (financial consulting)
- Confederation of Indian Organisations (est. 1975)
- Congress of Industrial Organizations
- Contacts Interviews Orders
- Continuous Improvement Opportunity
- Conventional International Origin
- Coordination, Implementation and Operation
- Corporate Information Office
- Corporate Information Officer
- Council of Islamic Organizations
- Credit Industriel de l Ouest (French: Western French Bank)
- Crying It Out (child care; parenting)
- Cut It Out
Samples in periodicals archive:
Its successes, according to Cloud, included John Sweeney winning the presidency of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations in 1995 and the growing influence of his New Voices coalition; the successful Teamster strike against UPS in 1997; and the United Auto Workers victory against automakers in 1998.
4 million in total compensation, the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) said in a report.
In the tripartite talks, John Sweeney, president of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, called on the G-8 officials to ''ensure coordinating government actions to reduce rising risks of unemployment and support decent work'' and ''effective action to reduce regional inequalities.
Fred Frost, president of the South Florida American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, has demanded Timoney be held accountable for the actions of his officers.