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CAW

(computer science)
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CAW has an aging workforce; capturing the depth of knowledge retiring is a daunting task, and recruiting or training skilled replacements is challenging.
However, the CAW has been closed down even without any proof of suchactivity.
68) She also formed a friendship with Alfred Caw, who was her brother Max's friend.
Caw is a believable character, resourceful, loyal, impetuous and stubborn.
In this regard, the CAW concept is increasingly unable to adequately accommodate the disruptive striking and resisting power of emerging noncombat arms.
The deal between the CAW and the car companies is expected to slow the departure of the automakers from Canada as the new agreement will allow them to trim costs associated with wages and pension savings, according to Bloomberg News.
The silence must be viewed as symptomatic of the lack of democracy intrinsic to the CAW at national level in particular and to the fact that the question of the new union's political direction is very awkward for both unions within the context of the upcoming merger.
But with the United Auto Workers union in the US agreeing to steeper concessions than CAW, US labour costs are now cheaper, meaning the Americans have warned the Canadians they need to get realistic.
Sam used to work on the line at a now-closed appliance plant, CAMCO, and was a member of UE and later the CAW.
Details of the new agreement, the third reached between CAW and Nav Canada without government intervention in the last year, will be voted on by the membership in the coming weeks.
Some 1,400 employees will be dismissed, CAW spokeswoman Shannon Devine told AFP.
According to Automotive News, the new contract will help CAW decrease GM's per hour worker cost, allowing wages to be on par with the company's non-union competition.