trades union

  1. an organization of employees formed to bargain with the employer
    you have to join the union in order to get a job
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  • One of its acquisitions of the 1960s was the London Daily Herald, the semi-official, worthy but flagging Labour organ, until then jointly owned by the Trades Union Congress and the Odhams publishing group.
  • Political correctness is vast featherbedding trades union of pygmies, runts, and dullards, devoted to timeserving until their pension kicks in. Archive 2007-09-01
  • Trades unions are active both in individual workplaces and in the wider arena of the state.
  • Trades union leadership in those days was less a career than a vocation. The Search for Justice - a history of Britain and the British people Volume III
  • Special efforts should be made to distribute literature among the members of local trades union branches.
  • Once again, the Labour Court has intervened in a bid to resolve the issues, but the trades unions' attitude to flotation is hardening.
  • The government thought it could count on the support of the trades unions.
  • She has also been a journalist, bonkbuster novelist, PR and trades union executive.
  • Mostly internal subversion, infiltration of the local Communist Party, and the trades unions. THE ENDLESS GAME
  • The scorching weather in the UK prompted the Trades Union Congress (TUC) to urge employers to adopt a more relaxed approach to office attire.
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