Toshiyuki Shiga, chairman of the Japan Automobile Manufactures Association, and Koichiro Nishihara, president of the Confederation of Japan Automobile Workers' Unions, urged the government in a joint statement to take urgent action to address the yen's rise.
What does JAW stand for?
JAW stands for Japan Automobile Workers' Union (est. 1972)
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We have 7 other meanings of JAW in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Audio-visual Education Association
- Jane Addams Vocational High School (Astoria, NY)
- Japan Association for the Visually-Impaired Information Support
- Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
- Jefferson Audio Video Systems
- Josephson Array Voltage Standard (electronics)
- Journal of the American Viola Society
- Judge Audio Visual Solutions (King of Prussia, PA)
- Juventud Activa Venezuela Unida (Spanish: Venezuelan soccer team)
- Japan Airways
- Junior Achievement Worldwide
- Juror Appreciation Week (California)
- Just Add Water
- Just Another Weblog
- Justice and Women (South Africa)
- J.A. White & Associates, Inc. (est. 2005; Columbia, SC)
- Jamaica Amateur Weightlifting Association
- Japan Arm Wrestling Association
- Joint Action Water Agency (Central Lake County; Lake Bluff, IL)
- Jungian Analysts of Washington Association (Washington, DC)
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14 Kyodo ---------- Japan auto workers' unions to refrain from demanding pay-scale hike KYOTO - The Confederation of Japan Automobile Workers' Unions has decided for the second consecutive year to refrain from demanding a uniform pay-scale hike for member unions during annual wage negotiations this spring.
The Confederation of Japan Automobile Workers' Unions has decided to withdraw any unified demands for a basic wage increase.
15 Kyodo The Confederation of Japan Automobile Workers' Unions said Wednesday it will give up seeking a unified basic monthly wage hike during this spring's wage talks and will demand only regular hikes in the seniority-based pay scale.
He also said his umbrella organization will boost coordination with the Confederation of Japan Automobile Workers' Unions, another umbrella body whose member unions are pushing for a basic wage hike, in seeking to have management meet their wage demands.
The Confederation of Japan Automobile Workers' unions (JAW), the largest industry-wide organization in Japan's private sector, also seeks five months worth of bonuses per worker.
The Confederation of Japan Automobile Workers' Unions and the Japan Confederation of Ship Building & Engineering Workers' Unions will push the demand during next spring's annual labor-management wage talks, they said.