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Lynda Boyd has worked for the Service and Food Workers Unite, Unite and the National Union of Public Employees.
I AM a shop steward of the National Union of Public Employees branch at Highcroft Hospital.
The National Union of Public Employees said they might spread the dispute, which started at the Royal Gwent Hospital at Newport, by calling a work-to-rule in the other Gwent hospitals.
A report to the council's Personnel Committee says that if the extra time off being sought by the National Union of Public Employees were to be granted to all 91 trade union officials within the authority, it would mean an extra 225 days' absence a year.
Members of the National Union of Public Employees wanted to let MPs know they would resist any cuts in public spending6 Anti-nuclear protestors targeted Brocklebank Dock in Liverpool.
This collection of public sector locals was finally put together into what was known as NUPE -- National Union of Public Employees.
NZNO and National Union of Public Employees (NUPE) members at Brackenridge, a Christchurch residential facility for those with intellectual disabilities, have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a new collective agreement (CA).
WHEN I was just starting out in my working life, one of the earliest unions I joined was the National Union of Public Employees.