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  • Opinions on Unions and Work Part 4 year 2011

    The fourth report in the series ‘Opinions on unions and work’ presents employee views on trade union tasks, trade union influence and cooperation between LO and the Social Democratic Party. 

    Area: Organisational issues
    Category: Rapport
  • Opinions on Unions and Work Part 3 year 2011

    The quintessence of trade union strength is having a large number of members who want to be organised in trade unions. But almost equally important is that a large number of members also want to assume trade union assignments and in their capacity as elected union representatives conduct daily trade union work at workplaces. 

    Area: Organisational issues
    Category: Rapport
  • Opinions on Unions and Work Part 2 year 2011

    Views on trade union membership: In the middle of the 1990s almost 90 percent of workers were members of a trade union. Since then there has been a slow but steady decrease of the union membership.  

    Area: Organisational issues
    Category: Rapport
  • Opinions on Unions and Work Part 1 year 2011

    Views on wages and wage differences: A clear majority of all employees – 76 per cent - are of the opinion that the wage differences between different occupations are too big. 

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  • Together we are stronger

    When LO representatives meet trade union activists and organisations from other countries, we often receive questions about the Swedish trade union-political cooperation. How does it work? What do you do? Could you give us some advice? 

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  • Union reflections on the economic crisis

    This is the first in a series of reports from the Swedish Trade Union Confederation (LO) on the theme 'Trade unions and the EU'. 

    Area: Economy
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  • A hundred years of health & safety representation

    Trade union representatives and developments in the work environment - hundred years of history 

    Area: Work environment
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  • Together we are stronger

    This manual describes how trade union - political cooperation works and might work in Sweden and in other countries as well as in the EU and at a global level. The manual also provides support for those who want to work with trade union - political cooperation in international development projects.  

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  • The Swedish Model

    The Swedish Model - the Importance of Collective Agreements in Sweden. The wage level, the right to insurance coverage and an occupational pension scheme are perhaps the most important examples of what is regulated in a Swedish collective agreement.  

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  • The Trade Union Vow - in seven languages

     

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