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Swedish Electricians' Union

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SEF
Swedish Electricians' Union
Svenska Elektrikerförbundet
SEF logo.png
Founded1906
HeadquartersStockholm, Sweden
Location
Members
24,775 (2011)[1]
Key people
Jonas Wallin, president
AffiliationsLO
Websitewww.sef.com

The Swedish Electricians' Union (Swedish: Svenska Elektrikerförbundet, SEF) is a trade union representing electricians in Sweden.

The union was founded in Stockholm in 1906, as a split from the Swedish Metalworkers' Union. It initially had only 356 members, and this figure fluctuated until 1927, when it affiliated to the Swedish Trade Union Confederation. Membership then grew to a peak of 29,170 in 1991, but has since fallen, being 18,770 in 2019.[2][3]

The union represents electricians in light and heavy instillations, as well as radio, TV and electronics technicians and power station staff.[4]

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References

  1. ^ Wreder, Johanna. "Men medlemstappet går långsammare". LO-tidningen. 2011 (26): 7.
  2. ^ Kjellberg, Anders (2017). The Membership Development of Swedish Trade Unions and Union Confederations Since the End of the Nineteenth Century. Lund University. p. 100–102. ISBN 9172673109.
  3. ^ Ebbinghaus, Bernhard; Visser, Jelle (2000). Trade Unions in Western Europe Since 1945. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. p. 626–630. ISBN 0333771125.
  4. ^ ICTUR; et al., eds. (2005). Trade Unions of the World (6th ed.). London, UK: John Harper Publishing. ISBN 0-9543811-5-7.



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