How Trade Unions and Employers' Associations Support their Members

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  • How do Trade Unions Support and Represent their Members?
    • Negotiate with employers over pay and conditions.
    • Act as a pressure group on government to gain better rights for employees.
    • Support workers by giving advice if feel being unfairly treated.
    • Providing training.
    • Financial help in crisis.
    • Examples of Trade Unions
      • National Union of Teachers
      • UNISON
      • RMT
  • How do Employers' Associations Support and Represent their Members?
    • 2nd main association: Federation of Small Businesses (FSB)
      • Services provided by them.
        • 1st main association: Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
        • Legal advice.
        • Financial advice with loans and insurance.
        • Business support. E.g. dealing with overseas companies.
        • Campaigning. E.g. cut business taxation.
    • 1st main association: Confederation of British Industry (CBI)

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