CTU


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CTUColorado Technical University
CTUCounter Terrorist Unit
CTUClinical Trials Unit
CTUCzech Technical University in Prague
CTUCatholic Theological Union
CTUConsulente Tecnico d'Ufficio (Italian judicial technical consultant)
CTUCouncil of Trade Unions (New Zealand)
CTUChicago Teachers Union
CTUCaribbean Telecommunications Union
CTUCounter Threat Unit
CTUCentre Thérapeutique Useldange (French: Useldange Therapeutic Center; Useldange, Luxembourg)
CTUColorado Trout Unlimited
CTUControl Unit
CTUChengdu, China (Airport Code)
CTUCargo Transport Unit (shipping)
CTUConfederation of Trade Unions
CTUCholera Treatment Unit (various locations)
CTUCounter Top Unit
CTUComputed Tomography Urogram (radiological procedure)
CTUCommander, Task Unit
CTUCounter Truancy Unit (Simpsons)
CTUCoiled Tubing Unit
CTUCentrale de Technologie Universitaire (French: Central University of Technology)
CTUConstruction Time Use (Kone)
CTUControlled Temperature Unit
CTUCentral Terminal Unit
CTUComputer Training Unit
CTUCentre Théologique Universitaire (French: University Theological Center)
CTUCabin Telecommunications Unit
CTUComputer Training Unlimited
CTUChemistry/Toxicology Unit
CTUConductor Tensioner Unit (oil industry)
CTUComp Time Used
CTUChannel Test Unit
CTUConsolidated TOE Update
CTUCenter for Teknologistøttet Undervisning (Danish National Centre for Technology Supported Learning)
CTUCentigrade Thermal Unit
CTUCentral Timing Unit
CTUCartridge Tape Unit
CTUCancer Treatment Unit
CTUCommand & Telemetry Unit
CTUCharging Time Unit
CTUCaptive Test Unit
CTUCentral Office Terminal Unit
CTUConference on Transportation Unity
CTUCustomer Termination Unit
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Wait urged members to support the CTU and to ask their own employers what they were doing about this "huge problem".
Problems may also be created when employees change their hours of work and the payroll system uses an hours-based accrual system, as in the following example from the CTU: "A worker who changed their hours of work during the year could discover they had less or more than four weeks' annual holidays when they reached their anniversary.
The paper said the CTU had a primary leadership role in amplifying the voice of working people and in inspiring confidence in workers not yet in unions.
Kelly, CTU president for eight years, said the CTU's campaigns had engaged a broader group of working people and their families than just union members and had built a wider community of support.
where [depth.sub.i] delegates the depth value corresponding to the i-th 4 x 4 block in the CTU, and its range is [0, 3] and value is discretely distributed; the baseline depths of d are set to 0, 1, 2, and 3, respectively.
The CTU's union development director, Ross Teppett, said the CTU was very pleased with the conference turnout and feedback had been positive.
'At CTU we also plan to develop a digital archive and a modern lab that would help investigate cases on modern lines.
Under the resolution, the CTU Board of Regents, acting motu proprio, has the power to approve the merits of the petition to establish a CTU Campus in Barangay Guba, subject to compliance with the requirements of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) on the standards of quality education and institutional sustainability of the proposed extension campus.
On Monday, DePaul University freshman David Krupa sued the CTU and Chicago Public Schools teacher Jeanine Muir, naming Quinn, Madigan and the vaunted 13th Ward Democratic Organization as respondents in discovery.
To further combat human trafficking, the government is in the planning stages for the creation of a new intelligence-led task force, coordinated by the Attorney General's Office, comprising officials from the police, Defense Force, Strategic Services Agency, and the CTU. During the reporting period, the government amended its Strategic Services Agency Act to include trafficking under the category of "serious crimes," for which intelligence is collected, which expanded the government's capacity to identify possible cases.
The 'Connecting the Unconnected' (CTU) programme implemented by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Ministry (KKMM) is targeting to enable 26,000 people in remote areas have access to telecommunication systems this year.
The CTU - based within Glasgow University at the city's Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre - gives people with cancer access to innovative treatments by linking laboratory discoveries to clinical research in hospitals and clinics in Glasgow and across the UK.