2015 Affiliates

Unions affiliated to the TUC for 2015 are as follows:

Accord

  • The union for all employees working for the Lloyds Banking Group

Advance

  • The union for all staff in Satander

Aegis

  • Aegis represents staff at Aegon UK – part of the international finance group that provides pensions, life insurance and investment products

AEP

  • The trade union and professional association for educational psychologists in the United Kingdom

AFA-CWA

  • The union for all staff in Satander

ASLEF

  • Britain’s trade union for train drivers.

ATL

  • The union for education professionals across the UK

BALPA

  • The professional association and trade union established representing the interests of UK pilots

BDA

  • The professional association and trade union for dietitians

BECTU

  • The UK’s media and entertainment trade union; sectors covered include broadcasting, film, independent production, theatre and the arts, leisure and digital media.

BFAWU

  • Union representing workers in the food and allied industries & trades

BOS TU

  • The TUC-affiliated part of the British and Irish Orthoptic Society (BIOS), which represents orthoptists in the UK and Ireland

BSU

  • Trade union representing employees of the Co-Operative Banking Group

Community

  • Union representing members and their families in all industries and sectors within the UK, from steel & wire to footwear & textiles; from social care to betting shops; from NSPCC to the National League of Blind & Disabled; and from logistics & distribution to the football league.

CSP

  • Provides a wide range of member services and campaign on behalf of all physiotherapy staff and the physiotherapy profession

CWU

  • Union for the communications industry in the UK, representing members in postal, telecom, mobile, administrative and financial companies.

EIS

  • The largest teaching union in Scotland.

EQUITY

  • The UK trade union for professional performers and creative practitioners

FBU

  • The voice of firefighters and the fire and rescue service in the UK

FDA

  • The union for senior public sector managers and professionals

GMB

  • The general union to which anyone can belong

HCSA

  • Trade union representing and advising senior hospital medical staff in the UK in both the NHS and private sectors.

Musicians’ Union

  • An organisation of over 30,000 musicians working in all sectors of the music business

NACO

  • A trade union that work to advise, support and represent members throughout their working lives in co-operatives throughout the UK

NACODS

  • An independent trade union representing people in the mining industry.

NAHT

  • NAHT is an independent trade union and professional association representing over 28,500 members in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.  Members hold leadership positions in education.

Napo

  • A trade union representing probation and family court staff throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

NASS

  • Trade union representing stable staff on a number of racing industry committees and negotiates the rates of pay and conditions of service of stable staff with the National Trainers Federation.

NASUWT

  • Teachers’ union.

Nautilus International

  • The union for maritime professionals at sea and ashore.

NGSU

  • Representing the views of employees of Nationwide Building Society (including the Cheshire, Derbyshire and Dunfermline Building Societies).

NUJ

  • The trade union for journalists and journalism in the UK & Ireland.

NUM

  • Trade union representing miners, their families and their communities

NUT

  • Teachers’ union.

PCS

  • Trade union organised throughout the civil service and government agencies as well as organised widely in the private sector, usually in areas that have been privatised.

PFA

  • Union working protect, improve and negotiate the conditions, rights and status of all professional football players by collective bargaining agreements.

POA

  • The professional trade union for prison, correctional and secure psychiatric workers.

Prospect

  • Trade union representing engineers, scientists, managers and specialists in areas as diverse as agriculture, defence, energy, environment, heritage, shipbuilding, telecoms and transport.

RMT

  • Trade union representing members from almost every sector of the transport industry – from the mainline and underground railways, shipping and offshore, buses and road freight.

SCP

  • The professional body and trade union for registered podiatrists.

SoR

  • The trade union and professional body for radiographers and all non-medical members of the workforce in diagnostic imaging and radiotherapy.

Staff Union West Bromwich Building Society

  • The Staff Union West Bromwich Building Society (US) exists as an Independent Trade Union to represent the interests of all its members individually or collectively through negotiation and consultation.

TSSA

  • Trade union representing administrative, managerial, professional and technical workers in the railway, London Underground, the travel trade, ports and ferries.

UCAC

  • Education union for teachers, head-teachers and lecturers in Wales.

UCATT

  • Trade union specialising in construction.

UCU

  • Union representing academics, lecturers, trainers, instructors, researchers, administrators, managers, computer staff, librarians and postgraduates from universities, colleges, prisons, adult education or training organisations.

UNISON

  • Trade union representing full-time and part-time staff who provide public services in both the public and private sectors.

Unite

  • General union representing workers across the country and all industrial sectors.

URTU

  • Road haulage trade union.

USDAW

  • Trade union organising and representing workers in the retail, distributive, manufacturing and service sectors.

WGGB

  • Union supporting writers across media including books, film, online, radio, theatre, TV and videogames.

 

Branches affiliate by sending the Secretary a completed affiliation form, and sending the appropriate affiliation fee to the Treasurer.

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