In addition paid release should be provided to all shop stewards
required for all local pay and conditions negotiations etc.
Management does not and shall never condone the entitlement attitude of some staff members, including union shop stewards
that they deserve to get certain positions without the requisite qualifications, experience and skills.
Union officers whose experience as union members and workplace representatives was concentrated in the late 1960s and 1970s are more likely than those socialized in the 1950s and early 1960s to have an adversarial view of industrial relations, to distrust management, and to favor an active, militant cadre of shop stewards
Interview, Mizael Bizzotto, IKA-Renault shop steward
, Cordoba, August 15, 1989.
In the hierarchy of union activity, the person above the shop steward
in any particular work setting is known by one of a variety of names, most often "business agent," chapter chairman," or "union representative.
The GMB shop steward
started as an apprentice welder in 1966 and played a key role in saving thousands of jobs over the years.
MY brother is an opera singer, and about 12 years ago was honoured to play the leading role of shop steward
in the modern opera, Tower.
It's a shame that the facility was not available in the 1960s when I was shop steward
of the AEU in an engineering firm in Bangor.
It's a shame that this facility was not available in the 60s when I was shop steward
of the AEU in an engineering firm in Bangor, we tried many times to get out of paying, but was constantly told that it could only be done by filling one of their forms, which was always unavailable.
Amicus shop steward
Simon Horton said: "On average, workers coming from a continental shift to the proposed three-shift will lose around pounds 336 a month.
An investigation into GMB shop steward
William Copland was launched last week by Greater Glasgow NHS Trust.