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    1. Joining a trade union - GOV.UK

      • A trade union is an organisation with members who are usually workers or employees. It looks after their interests at work by doing things like: negotiating agreements with employers on pay and conditions.

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    2. Trade union - Wikipedia

      A trade union, also called a labour union (Canada) or labor union (US), is an organization of workers who have come together to achieve many common goals; such as protecting the integrity of its trade, improving safety standards, and attaining better wages, benefits...

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    3. Working with trade unions: employers - GOV.UK

      • Employing people. Trade unions and workers rights. Working with trade unions: employers. Contents. Overview. Collective bargaining. Informing and consulting with unions. Union subscriptions.

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    4. Universal Trade Union | The People's Union. A Union of People.

      • A Union-of-People: trading energy with the SYSTEM. Imagine you are playing a special GAME-of-MONOPOLY, in which you, and everyone-else, work to earn the “play-money”.
      • When the time is right, and the numbers are in place: We will (like the system based trade-unions) ...

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    5. Union of Communication Workers - Wikipedia

      The Union of Communication Workers (UCW) was a trade union in the United Kingdom for workers in the post office and telecommunications industries. The union was founded in 1919 as the Union of Post Office Workers (UPW) by the merger of the Postmen's Federation...

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    6. Communication Workers Union (United Kingdom) - Wikipedia

      The Communication Workers Union (CWU) is the main trade union in the United Kingdom for people working for telephone, cable, DSL and postal delivery companies. It has 110,000 members in Royal Mail as well as more in many other communication companies.

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    7. United Garment Workers' Trade Union - Wikipedia

      The United Garment Workers' Trade Union (UGWTU) was a trade union in the United Kingdom. The union was founded in 1915, with the merger of the Amalgamated Union of Clothiers Operatives with the Amalgamated Jewish Tailors, Machinists and Pressers, the London and Provincial Cutters...

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    8. Trade unions and workers rights - GOV.UK

      • Being monitored at work: workers' rights. Being taken to an employment tribunal. Derecognise a union. Employers: preventing discrimination.
      • Working with trade unions: employers. Workplace bullying and harassment.

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    9. Employers: recognise a trade union - GOV.UK

      • Trade unions and workers rights.
      • Trade unions will negotiate with you on working conditions, for example pay and holiday. You need to recognise the trade union before they can negotiate with you.

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    10. Workers' Union - Wikipedia

      The Workers' Union was a general union based in the United Kingdom, but with some branches in other countries. During the 1910s, it was the largest general union in the UK, but it entered a rapid decline in the 1920s, and eventually became part of the Transport and General Workers' Union...

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