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Includes information about the rights of employees to belong to trade unions under the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992.

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Trade union membership

Your rights to belong to a trade union.

1 Union membership: rights of members and non-members

Explains your rights to join, or not to join a union, and how the law can protect you if your rights are flouted.
Provided by Department of Trade and Industry - DTI
4 Trade unions - Q&A;

Explains about trade unions, includes information on recognition, time off rights, and trade union learning representatives (ULR's) - time off rights.
Provided by ACAS- Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service
2 Individual and trade union rights

Employment Relations Act 1999. Explains the law on trade unions and individual rights.
Provided by Thompsons Solicitors
3 Enforcing your rights at the workplace

Explains what steps to take to get your employer to give you your legal rights. Covers how to raise an issue with your employer, explains how a union can help, and your right to join a union.
Provided by WorkSMART - TUC

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