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TUC expand membership services


TUC unions introduced 49 new services for their members in the last year according to a Trade Union Trends survey released today (Tuesday).

The TUC's annual survey, Focus on union services, shows unions have introduced a wide range of benefits from helplines to financial and legal services including credit cards, conveyancing and life insurance. Unions also report plans to introduce a further 30 services in the next six months including a dancers' passport giving Equity members union support wherever they are in the world, and a bridging scheme for UCAC (the Welsh teaching union) members to brush up on their Welsh.

Key findings from the report, which also looks at unions efforts to recruit and retain existing members and at their own staffing structures, show:

TUC General Secretary, John Monks said, "Unions are constantly offering additional services which make a real difference to members and their families. This survey shows that unions offer a first class service to their members - who are getting real value for money."


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