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Cotton unions and labour representations 1899-1903.

T. Fitzgerald

Cotton unions and labour representations 1899-1903.

by T. Fitzgerald

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ContributionsManchester Polytechnic. Department of English and History.
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General Union of Loom Overlookers. The General Union of Loom Overlookers (GULO) was a trade union representing junior supervisors in textile manufacturing in the United Kingdom. While most members were based in Lancashire, it also had members in Yorkshire, East Anglia and ation: GFTU, Labour, NCTTF, TUC, UTFWA. The records of the Erwin Cotton Mills, a textile manufacturing company, date primarily from but include items as early as and as late as There are ten series: Information; Account Books; Alphabetical; Labor Relations; William Allen Erwin; Pearl Cotton Mills; Cooleemee Cotton Mills; Erwin Yarn company; and J. N. Ledford Company.

A trade union (or a labor union in the U.S.) is an association of workers forming a legal unit or legal personhood, usually called a "bargaining unit", which acts as bargaining agent and legal representative for a unit of employees in all matters of law or right arising from or in the administration of a collective unions typically fund the formal organization, head office. The historian, Ralph Miliband, has argued: "The only issue on which the Labour Party was unambiguously pledged was the legislative reversal of the Taff Vale decision of , which had seriously jeopardized the unions' right to strike, but which had also been of crucial importance to the LRC, since it was this above all else which had persuaded.

Inspired by the successful Oldham Operative Cotton Spinners' Provincial Association, Silk restructured the union, also changing its name slightly to become the Oldham Provincial Card and Blowing Room Operatives' into: GMB. • NATIONAL EMPLOMENT POLICIES A guide for workers organisations v Quick overview Trade unions are embedded in one important concern of people’s lives—their job. They understand the labour challenges in their country and they have practical ideas for overcoming them. That makes them natural stakeholders in employment policy-making.


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