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Convenor - (noun )


In the UK, this is an experienced trade union representative who represents the workforce at meetings with management to negotiate pay and conditions. It can also be spelt as ‘convener’.


Source: Adapted from the TUC Website
Example of Use: The trade union sent their convener, who was the most experienced shop steward at the workplace, to begin negotiations with the management.