Trade Union

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Trade Union - (noun)


Also called a ‘labour union’ in US English, a trade union is an association of workers in a trade, industry, or company. This association of workers is created for the purpose of securing improvements in pay and working conditions.


Source: Adapted from Encyclopedia Britannica
Example of Use: Trade unions were first decriminalised in the UK in 1867.