Trades Union Congress


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Trades Union Congress

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the major association of British trade unions, which includes all the larger unions. Abbreviation: TUC
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This year's Trades Union Congress will run until Wednesday at the BT Convention Centre on Kings Dock.
The Singapore National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) is made up of unions in the industrial, service and public sectors representing over 650,000 workers in Singapore (Singapore Tripartism Forum, 2014).
In August, the President of the island nation's Trades Union Congress, Daniel Urai, was arrested, amid the introduction of a new decree that places further restrictions on workers' rights.
Paul Novak of the Trades Union Congress talks about the protests against government austerity cuts in London.
It also claims that, in total, pounds 3.1m was awarded to trade unions, with the Trades Union Congress and its regional divisions handed pounds 2.6m.
1868: The first Trades Union Congress was held in Manchester.
Organised by the Trades Union Congress, the day is held to commemorate those employees who have died or been injured at work and to campaign towards securing better health and safety regulations.
"Leaders of Britain's Trades Union Congress, representing 8,000,000 workers, have warned their members not to let good industrial relations be upset by 'the exaggerations of the science fiction writers' on automation.
Donated mobile phones and their chargers are being collected at the group's delegate meeting tomorrowdec 21st to be passed on to the Trades Union Congress in London for sending to the Middle East.
Representatives for the workers and the Trades Union Congress (TUC) are studying government proposals for a severance package for up to 1,200 employees of the airline, GhanaWeb reported.
The Danish official conciliator has reportedly postponed a conflict between the Danish Trades Union Congress and the Danish Employers' Confederation for 14 days.
The Trades Union Congress says there should be a statutory right to receive bank-holiday pay and for three extra days off to bring the UK up to the European Union average.