DWA

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AcronymDefinition
DWADreamWorks Animation (stock symbol)
DWADepartment of Water Affairs (various locations)
DWADeutsche Vereinigung für Wasserwirtschaft (German: German Association for Water)
DWADomino Web Access
DWADirect Window Access
DWADisplay Write Assistant
DWAD-Link Wireless Adapter
DWADevice Wire Adapter
DWADecent Work Agenda (International Labour Organization; UN)
DWADesert Water Agency (US)
DWAData Warehouse Architect (various companies)
DWADigital Watermarking Alliance (computer-aided information)
DWAData Warehouse Administrator
DWADesignated Waiting Area
DWADied of Wounds Resulting from Action with Enemy (US Navy)
DWADielectric Wedge Antenna
DWADont Worry About It (internet chat)
DWADynamic Wavelength Allocation
DWADouble Wrap-Around
DWADown with Acronyms
DWADutch Warmblood Association
DWADigital Waveform Acquisition
DWADeputy Warden of Administration
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The minister said 'In furtherance to the determination by the federal government to attain the decent work agenda which involves opportunities for works that are productive and deliver a fair income, security in workplace, and social protection for families; there have been overtime, three minimum wage reviews and currently the tripartite committee on national minimum wage is set to review the current minimum wage.
The Duterte administration must fully implement a decent work agenda as part of its pledge to protect the 'helpless, hopeless and powerless' sectors of our society.
She also appreciated the initiatives of the EFP on promoting Decent work agenda and collaborating with ILO and sharing a new vision to the business community for taking them to the next high level of sustainable growth.
Lastly, the Declaration pledges to build an inclusive and sustainable tourism sector based on human rights, social and economic justice and equality, including alignment with the principles of the International Labour Organizations Decent Work Agenda.
The decent work Agenda which is at the centre of United Nations Sustainable Development goals should in fact attract most attention of the HR professionals as they provide leadership to the business enterprises in meeting their objectives of Sustainable development, full engagement of women in economic activities as well as bringing the informal economy in the mainstream.
Three particularly important proposals highlighted by the report include: establishing a new social contract between state, society, and private sector to improve social protection; deepening co-operation between workers, businesses, and governments around the world to craft a Global Deal to guarantee workers' rights; and promoting fair income, security in the workplace, and social protection for workers and their families through the Decent Work Agenda of the ILO.
1) International Labour Organisation, (nd) Decent work agenda.
Buttressed by the work of the International Labour Organization (ILO), including the Decent Work Agenda, the World Day of Social Justice underscores that while globalization and global interdependence generate significant opportunities by way of international trade, serious challenges remain, including growing inequality within and among societies.
A Decent Work Agenda in Uzbekistan for 2014-2016, which defines the scope and priorities for cooperation between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and Uzbekistan, was signed in Tashkent, according to 12news.
Ezea (a chaplain of English-speaking African Catholics in Essen, Germany) proposes the International Labour Organisation's Decent Work Agenda as a fitting tool for addressing poverty and poor working conditions in Nigeria that is also compatible with the social teaching of the Catholic Church.
The training, built around International Labour Organization's standards and conventions to promote Decent Work agenda for women, trained a cadre of working journalists to promote good working conditions and environment for working women.