Swedish Painters' Union
The Swedish Painters' Union is a trade union in Sweden. It has a membership of 20,000 and is affiliated with the Swedish Trade Union Confederation.
Swedish Commercial Employees' Union
Handels, a shortened version of the name Handelsanställdas Förbund (Commercial Employees' Union), is Sweden's third-largest blue-collar union, with some 145,000 members, of whom around 25,000 are reti...
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GS (Swedish union)
GS is a trade union in Sweden established June 1, 2009 through the merging of Swedish Forest and Wood Workers' Union and Swedish Graphic Workers' Union. It has a membership of 65,000 and organizes wor...
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Swedish labour movement
The labour movement in Sweden dates back to at least the 1850s, when Swedish workers initiated the organizing of previously spontaneous food riots into strikes, hence acting as an autonomous group.
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Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees
The Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees (SEKO) in a trade union in Sweden. It was formed in 1995 with the reorganization of the Swedish National Union of State Employees (SF).SEKO h...
Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees - Wikipedia
Swedish Cooperage Union
The Swedish Cooperage Union (Swedish: Svenska tunnbinderiförbundet) was a trade union for coopers in Sweden, active between 1892 and 1936.The red banners of the Swedish Coopers Union frequently di...
Ministry of Employment (Sweden)
The Ministry of Employment (Swedish: Arbetsmarknadsdepartementet) is a ministry in the Swedish government responsible for labour market and working life policy.The ministry offices are located at ...
Swedish Public Employment Service
The Swedish Public Employment Service (Swedish: Arbetsförmedlingen) is a Swedish government agency organized under the Ministry of Employment mainly responsible for the public employment service i...
Swedish Workplace HIV/AIDS Programme
The Swedish Workplace HIV/AIDS Programme (SWHAP) is a joint initiative by the International Council of Swedish Industry (NIR) and the Swedish Industrial and Metalworkers’ Union (IF Metall). The SWHAP ...
Swedish Police Union
The Swedish Police Union (Polisförbundet) is a trade union in Sweden. It has a membership of 18,500 (including police academy students), and is affiliated with the Swedish Confederation of Professiona...
Swedish Garden Workers Union
The Swedish Garden Workers Union (Swedish: Svenska trädgårdsarbetareförbundet) was a trade union garden workers in Sweden. The union was founded on December 29, 1906. It was however disbanded in 1...
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Swedish Workers Union
The Swedish Workers Union (Swedish: Svenska arbetareförbundet, abbreviated SvA) was a labour organization in Sweden active between 1899 and 1919. Josef P. Nilsson was one of the key leaders of the...
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IF Metall
IF Metall is a trade union in Sweden. It was formed in a 2006 merger between the Swedish Industrial Union (Industrifacket) and the Swedish Metalworkers' Union (Metall). Its roots in Metall trace back ...
Forest and Farm Workers Union of Sweden
The Forest and Farm Workers Union of Sweden (Swedish: Sveriges skogs- och lantarbetareförbund) was a revolutionary trade union for forestry and agricultural workers in Sweden. The union was founde...
Women's Trade Union
The Women's Trade Union (Swedish: Kvinnornas fackförbund) was a trade union in Sweden organizing female workers between 1902 and 1909. Its members were generally seamstresses, but the union also h...
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Akademikerförbundet SSR
Akademikerförbundet SSR (in English 'The Union for Professionals') is the Swedish association for university graduates in public administration, social science, political science, behavioral science, ...
Farm Workers Union of Central Sweden
Farm Workers Union of Central Sweden (Swedish: Mellersta Sverges lantarbetareförbund) was a trade union for agricultural workers in Sweden. The organization was active between 1906 and 1908. Carl ...
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Swedish Union of Journalists
The Swedish Union of Journalists (Swedish: Journalistförbundet, SJF) is a trade union in Sweden. It is affiliated with the Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees, and the International Fe...
Swedish Electricians' Union
The Swedish Electricians' Union (Svenska Elektrikerförbundet: SEF) is a trade union in Sweden. It has a membership of 24,775 (in 2011) and represents electricians in light and heavy instillations, as ...
Swedish Electricians' Union - Wikipedia
Swedish Transport Workers' Union
The Swedish Transport Worker's Union (abbreviated to Transport) was created in 1897 on initiative by Charles Lindley (1865–1957) and is today part of the Swedish Trade Union Confederation (referred to...
Swedish Transport Workers' Union - Wikipedia
Unionen
Unionen is a Swedish white-collar trade union, formed by HTF and Sif on 1 January 2008. Unionen is the second biggest trade union in Sweden and the biggest white-collar union in the world.
Swedish Industrial Union
The Swedish Industrial Union (Industrifacket) was a general trade union in Sweden. It was formed in 1993 by the merger of the Factory Worker's Union and the Textile, Garment and Leather Workers' Union...
Swedish Musicians' Union
The Swedish Musicians Union (Musikerförbundet) is a trade union in Sweden. It has a membership of 3500 and is affiliated with the Swedish Trade Union Confederation.
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Swedish Municipal Workers' Union
The Swedish Municipal Workers' Union, Svenska Kommunalarbetareförbundet, is the largest trade union in Sweden with 570 000 members as of 2005, it was created 1910. It is commonly referred to as Kommun...
Swedish Municipal Workers' Union - Wikipedia
Christian Workers Union of Sweden (1898)
The Christian Workers Union of Sweden (Swedish: Sveriges kristna arbetareförbund) was a short-lived Christian anti-socialist labour organization in Sweden, founded in 1898. The organization sought...
Christian Workers Union of Sweden (1898) - Wikipedia