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Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

SEKO
Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees
Facket för Service och Kommunikation
SEKO logo.png
Founded14 May 1970
HeadquartersStockholm
Location
  • Sweden
Members
72,156 (2018)[1]
Key people
Jan Rudén, president
AffiliationsLO, PSI, UNI
Websitewww.seko.se

The Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees (Swedish: Service- och Kommunikationsfacket, SEKO) is a trade union in Sweden.

History

The union was founded on 14 May 1970, as the Swedish National Union of State Employees (SF). It resulted from the merger of eight unions:[2][3]

Like all its predecessors, the union affiliated to the Swedish Trade Union Confederation. On formation, it had 145,350 members, and it grew to 161,794 in 1986. The National Association of Civil Servants in Prisons split away in 1973.[2][3]

In 1995, the union became SEKO. The following year, the Swedish Sailors' Union merged in, then in 1997 the Swedish Association of Engine Drivers split away. By 2019, it had a membership of 70,818.[2]

The union is divided into nine branches:

  • Rail transportation
  • Public administration
  • Postal
  • Roads & Railways
  • Telecom
  • Correctional treatment
  • Energy
  • Defence
  • Maritime

Presidents

1970: Gustaf Kolare
1973: Lars-Erik Nicklasson
1984: Curt Persson
1995: Gunnar Erlandsson
1998: Sven-Olof Arbestål
2002: Janne Rudén
2017: Valle Karlsson

References

  1. ^ Kjellberg, Anders (2017). "The Membership Development of Swedish Trade Unions and Union Confederations Since the End of the Nineteenth Century" (PDF). Lund University. p. 188. Retrieved 8 October 2019.
  2. ^ a b c Kjellberg, Anders (2017). The Membership Development of Swedish Trade Unions and Union Confederations Since the End of the Nineteenth Century. Lund University. p. 112–114. ISBN 9172673109.
  3. ^ a b Ebbinghaus, Bernhard; Visser, Jelle (2000). Trade Unions in Western Europe Since 1945. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. p. 626–630. ISBN 0333771125.

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