Trades Council


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Trades Council

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) an association of the different trade unions in one town or area
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"But no; O'Brien won't stand for a strike, and he has the Building Trades Council under his thumb.
One big butcher, who was president of the Packing Trades Council, had been passed over five times, and the men were wild with rage; they had appointed a committee of three to go in and see the superintendent, and the committee had made three attempts, and each time the police had clubbed them back from the door.
Rudin, Chairman of Association for a Better New York; Peter Ward, President of New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council; The Building and Construction Trades Council; Ed Malloy and Jeff Little of George Little Management; and Ken McEvoy of Reed Exhibitions, the largest producers of trade shows at Javits.
Malloy of the Building and Construction Trades Council. Event chairs: Stephen R.
In addition, he also was chairman of the New Jersey Building and Construction Trades Council Apprentice Coordinators Committee, representing 13 local trade councils and more than 100 affiliated unions.
Malloy of the Building and Contrsuction Trades Council. Event chairs: Stephen R.
ENPNewswire-August 22, 2019--Twin Metals Minnesota and Iron Range Building and Construction Trades Council Sign Project Labor Agreement
Celebrating union CALDERDALE Trades Council has launched its extensive programme of events leading up to the May Day Bank Holiday.
As the long-time president of the Milwaukee Building & Construction Trades Council, Balistreri brokered agreements that put unions to work on some of the most prominent projects in and around the city.
However, following the Armistice , the restrictions were lifted and that prompted a request by Stirling Town Council from members of the town's Trades Council.
Organisers started canvassing and set up signs for the rally - dubbed Trade Unionists for Corbyn - which was sponsored by groups including the Cardiff Trades Council, the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union and the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers.