World Confederation of Labor

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World Confederation of Labor

A former European labor union. Founded in 1920, it originally catered to Catholic workers. It worked to improve working conditions for members, to assist women, to fight against child labor and to train members and build capacity. It merged into the International Trade Union Confederation and ceased to exist in 2006.
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Ryan Robson, CEO, WCL, said the advisory board will guide and support the group in its mission to further contribute to the provision of world class learning in Qatar and create links with the community and the wider education arena.
In fact, the WCL had a 34-percent knockout rate, which is tops in any sport.
Final results of the WCL benchmark clearly demonstrate that code coverage by itself was less useful as a comparative metric than originally thought.
In fact, the WCL had a 34-percent knockout rate last season, which is tops anywhere.
Racotek's WCL on the Internet is available for a single monthly fee for the entire lab package, including wireless transmission services.
Mishra, CMD, WCL, former CMDs of WCL and senior officers of Ministry of Coal and WCL were also present on the occasion.
WCL is an Open Client-Server Application Generator which automatically generates, in minutes, complete VisualBasic(TM) & PowerBuilder(TM) applications linked to 3270 & 5250 legacy application data without any coding.
At WCL Jason's primary focus will be the management of its network of European data centres, initially in London, Milan and Madrid with Paris, Amsterdam and a German site to be integrated within the next six months.
Whittman-Hart issued 1,575,078 shares in the Axis transaction and 134,623 shares in the WCL transaction.
has acquired complete ownership of WCL, a British systems engineering company it owned in partnership with BTR PLC of London, the company announced Tuesday.
The agreement provides for the Large Telephone Service Company to pay Multi Soft for developing an extension to its WCL product to the Sun Solaris UNIX environment to meet its cross platform application needs to access mainframe systems.