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Welcome to the North East Branch of the Communication Workers Union
The Communication Workers Union is the biggest union for the communications industry in the UK with 199,443 members. Formed in January 1995 when the Union of Communication Workers joined forces with the National Communications Union, we represent members in postal, telecom, mobile, administrative and financial companies including Royal Mail Group, UK Mail and BT, Openreach, Telefonica O2, Virgin Media, EE and Santander, as well as outsourcing company Capita. Our members’ expertise includes engineering, computing, clerical, mechanical, driving, retail, financial, call centre and manual skills.
Mental Health Foundation New Series of Short Guidance Publications – (The ‘How To’ Series) – On Stress, Anxiety, Mental Health and Sleep Look After your Mental Health Look After your mental Health Later in life Overcome Fear and Anxiety Reduce Stress Mindfulness Sleep Better
CWU welcome appointment of Sir Brendan Barber on Openreach Board For immediate release 01 February 2017 CWU welcome appointment of Sir Brendan Barber on Openreach Board The CWU welcome the news that Sir Brendan Barber, former General Secretary of the TUC has been appointed as an independent director of a newly formed Openreach Board. The
Union makes inroads across BT Wholesale & Ventures The CWU is pressing hard to strengthen membership across the relatively new BT Wholesale & Ventures line of business, to grow the union where new jobs are created and negotiate better conditions and permanent jobs for existing agency workers. “There’s far more use of agency staff across
25 January 2017 General Secretary urges youth to seize the opportunity to bring about fundamental change in society General Secretary Dave Ward called on youth members to embrace an agenda of fundamental change in order to ensure the futures of their children and children’s children. Addressing the Youth conference in Manchester, Dave outlined a world