General Workers' Union (GWU)


: 1 août 2016


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The General Workers’ Union of Malta (GWU) aims is to ensure acceptable living and working conditions for its members, which also reflects the ongoing progress in our ;
The GWU promotes and safeguards its members rights according to the charter of workers’ rights and ensures the following :
1. Social justice and equal opportunities for everyone, so they may to a decent life; 
2. Work for everyone with the opportunity to choose the work that best suites the individual without being hindered by any type of discrimination;
3. Work security and decent income;
4. Health and Safety at work;
5. Safeguarding and representing workers rights.
Administrative structure
The National Council is the Union’s governing body is made up of the Central Administration, Sections’ Secretaries and Section’s representatives. The Central Administration – the three-body Central Administration is made up of the President, Secretary General, Deputy Secretary General.
The GWU has over 35,000 members making it the largest Trade Union in the Maltese Islands. Members come from different sectors ranging from white to blue collar workers. Members are represented in different sections within GWU:
Chemical & Energy;
Food and Hospitality;
Government and Public Entities;
International;
Metal and Construction;
Professionals, Finances and Services;
Technology, Electronics & Communication;
Transport, Maritime & Aviation;
Senior Citizens;
Youths.
GWU's affiliations the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) and International Labour Organisation (ILO) provide the necessary information and network for the industrial relations sector on a European and International level.

Mots clés et domaine d'activité:

 Innovation sociale
 Affaires sociales et inclusion
 Apprentissage des adultes
 Erasmus+
 Mobilité des jeunes
 Services volontaires européens
 Apprentissage tout au long de la vie
 Jeunes travailleurs
 Fonds social européen (FSE)
 Social et Bien-être

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