Employment Memo

 CHAPTER 28  Trade unions, collective bargaining and industrial action 

Almost one in four UK workers belongs to a trade union (referred to as a union throughout this chapter), the majority of whom are in the public sector (only 13.5% of trade union membership is among private sector workers) (Trade Union Membership 2017 Statistical Bulletin). This, however, is the lowest rate of trade union membership recorded since 1995 dropping from 32.4% to 23.2%. Union rights generally apply to workers (see general definition of worker at ΒΆ13) although some individual rights (

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