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SUPPORTING FIJI WORKERS SINCE 1944

Since 1944, National Union of Workers has fought for the rights of workers in Fiji. Today, we stand strong with 5,118 members across 25 companies and a range of industry sectors. Our mission is to achieve decent work for all. Decent work sums up the simple aspirations of people in their working lives, their aspirations for opportunity & income, rights at work, adequate pay and conditions of work, a voice, recognition, fairness, equality, security, stability and respect.

WHAT TO DO TO JOIN A UNION IN FIJI

If there is no Union at your workplace:

Contact National Union of Workers (Ph: 666 0746)

You may contact the FTUC, your National Centre for assistance (Ph:331 5377)

Application forms will be given to you by the union concerned to be filled in.

An application for Recognition by the union will be made to your employer for the purpose of collective bargaining.

Member Benefits

♦  Representation at work                 ♦  Working Hours            ♦  Travelling Allowance

♦  Holiday Pay                                          ♦  Sick Leave                       ♦  Annual Leave Pay

♦  Meal Allowance                                 ♦  Job Security                   ♦  Better Working Conditions

♦  Redundancy Pay                               ♦  Overtime Pay                 ♦  Protection Against Unfair Termination

♦  Training                                                  ♦  Bereavement Leave      ♦  Workmen’s Compensation Cover

♦  Dignity at Work                                ♦  Occupational Health & Safety

OPTIONAL BENEFITS

♦  Death Benefits                                  ♦  Retirement Benefit      ♦  Credit Union

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19June,2020

FTUC PRESS RELEASE: COPYCAT TERMINATIONS

By | June 19th, 2020|0 Comments

The FTUC condemns the decision of the Board of Air Terminal Services to terminate ALL its employees simply because its claims not to be able to fulfill its contract with workers. This is nothing but a mereexcuse to do as Fiji Airways has done some weeks ago. A copycat termination of workers is a concern of the fact that both these organizations are majority owned by government who has endorsed [...]

13August,2019

NUW YOUTHS BARREL NIGHT

By | August 13th, 2019|0 Comments

The National Union of Workers - Youth Committee will be hosting their first fundraising event ( Barrel Night) in aid of their Organising & Youth Recruitment Drive on the 17th of August 2019. Details are as follows: Date: 17th August, 2019 Time: 5pm till the beer runs out  Venue: NUHCTIE Office, 15 Sharma Street, Narewa, Nadi. The NUW Youth Committee is a newly formed committee. Their main objectives is to [...]