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  • Trade Union

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    TRADE UNIONISM, COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND NATION BUILDING: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE Charles N. Okolie Introduction It is a well known fact that the growth and development of any nation depends on the structures it has carved out for itself. In Nigeria, amidst the various arms of the government which has been working tirelessly to ensure the growth and sustenance of the Nigerian state is the emergence of trade unions. The colonial influence in Nigeria has left much to be desired. The emergence

  • Trade Union

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    Trade Union In Guyana Group Members  Sunil Goriah ………………12/0935/2499  Sachin Ramsuran………... 12/0935/2357  Selwin Collier………………13/0935/2342 Presentation Outline  Early attempts to form Trade Union  How Trade Union was born in Guyana  Effect of Trade Union on Workers  The Enmore Strike What is Trade Unionism? Early Attempts to form Trade Unions  There was basically four (4)early attempts of forming Trade Unions. These are:  River captains  Laborers and Tradesmen in

  • Trade Union

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    year 11s WHAT IS A TRADE UNION? Trade unions are organizations that represent people at work. They consist of workers and union leaders, united to promote and protect their interests. Trade unions exist because an individual worker has very little power to influence decisions that are made about his or her job. By joining together with other workers, there is more chance of having a voice and influence. THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRADE UNIONS. * CRAFT UNION: A union representing workers

  • The Union Of Korean Trade Unions

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    employees, made it easier to hire temporary/strike replacing workers and put off allowing multiple unions to be formed at a given enterprise. This resulted in the mobilized three million workers, which shut down auto/ship production, disrupted hospitals, subways and television. The two main unions involved were the The Federation of Korean Trade Unions (FKTU) and the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (FCTU). This strike was notable due to its consistently high levels of worker participation and high

  • Union Trade in Malaysia

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    TRADE UNION MALAYSIAN AIRLINES MUST RESPECT TRADE UNION AND WORKER RIGHTS OVERVIEW OF THE ISSUE Malaysia Airlines (MAS), a government linked company continues to violate worker and trade union rights. Recently, MAS commenced disciplinary action against Mohd Akram bin Osman, the Secretary General of the National Union of Flight Attendants Malaysia (NUFAM), and 30 other NUFAM members. The show cause letter date on or about 14/2/2014 asked why disciplinary action should not be taken against them

  • Trade Union Act

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    WELCOME TO THE PRESENTATION SALIENT FEATURES OF “THE TRADE UNION ACT, 1926” OBJECTIVES • FOR REGISTRATION OF TRADE UNIONS AND DEFINING THE LAW OF RELATING TO REGISTERED TRADE UNIONS. APPLICABILITY (SECTION 1) • EXTENDS TO WHOLE OF INDIA. DEFINITIONS (SECTION 2) “THE APPROPRIATE GOVERNMENT “ MEANS, IN RELATION TO TRADE UNIONS WHOSE OBJECTS ARE NOT CONFINED TO ONE STATE THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AND IN RELATION TO OTHER TRADE UNIONS, THE STATE OVERNMENT, UNLESS THERE IS ANYTHING REPUGNANT IN

  • What are Trade Unions?

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    “Trade Unions are not merely economic actors: they are necessarily protagonists in the political arena. Regulating the labour market is a question of power resources. Yet if Unions are inescapably both economic and political actors, the relationship between the two is complex…” A trade Union as defined by the Trade Union and Employers Organisation Act as an organisation the principle object of which includes the regulation of relations between employees and employers or employers organisations

  • Trade Unions And The Workplace

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    Trade Unions are organisations and purpose is to look after employees in the workplace and protect their rights. The way trade unions work, is that an employee needs to become a member of a specific trade union, pays a fee to invest in the union’s operations. In turn trade unions help employees with things such as health and safety in the workplace, protection from discrimination, proper pay and leave entitlements, making sure that the workers rights are protected etc. Unions also aim to protect

  • The Organization Of Trade Unions

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    to exchange for reward. The trade unions serve as the third participant of this employment relation, and it keeps a direct relation with both the employees and employers will exert a mediating function often between them. Generally, the emergence of trade unions not only enriches the employment relation, but also plays an important role to in creating a more health relation and maintains the stability of the relation. The radical purpose of the existence of trade unions is to help guarantee the legal

  • The Future For Trade Unions

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    1. The future for trade unions Trade unions have played a crucial role in developing a democratic society in terms of monitoring and enforcement in the areas of wages and employment conditions. (Landau et al 2014, ????) It has been argued that the Industrial Commission gave Australia both political and competitive advantage and provided both members and non-members, significant workplace gains throughout most of the 20th century. (Ref) Whilst not formally united with the Australian Labour Party (ALP)

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