Welcome to the website of the Communications Workers Union: Greater Mersey Amal Branch.

Pic: Join the UnionThe branch was formed from two seperate branches within the CWU on Merseyside: Merseyside Amalgamated Branch and South West Lancs Branch.

The Communication Workers Union represents over 25000 members in the North West with 6300 members across the Mersey Region with our branch repenting almost half of them with just over 3120 members working in postal, administrative,
financial, telecom and mobile companies.

Our members’ expertise includes engineering, computing, clerical, mechanical, driving, and retail, finance, call centre and manual skill
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for Branch & Union news updates



CWU Values - Branch Secretary's Message - Branch Affiliations - Branch Constitution - Branch Members Reports - BEC and Officers

Community Action - Contact Branch - Industrial Sections - News Archive - Political Officer - Postal Section - Telecoms Section -

Retired Members Officer
- Women's Officer - Young Workers Officer



CWU Statement of Values

The Communication Workers Union (CWU) is the biggest union for the communications industry in the UK with 250,000 members. It was formed in January 1995 when the Union of Communication Workers joined forces with the National Communications Union.

The CWU's Statement of Values aims:
         
* to provide first class collective and individual representation for all CWU members;
* to achieve security of employment for all members;
* to offer individual membership services of the highest quality;
* to expand trade union membership throughout the communications industry;
* to promote, by industrial and political means, the success of the industries in which our members work
* to campaign against all forms of discrimination
* to further these objectives by promoting the influence of the union throughout the national and international community



CWU Branch & National News

*Branch AGM 2018*

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Report By Elli On Young Workers Forum – Wednesday 13th June

CWU Safety Reps Bring Joy To Little Boy Mauled By Dangerous Dogs In Liverpool

The Nightmare Legacy Of Being Bitten By A Dangerous Dog - A Fear Of All Animals

UNI Global 2018 Liverpool - Report From Elli Long

Branch Sends Message Of Support To PCS Members

Brexit Brings CBI And TUC Together In Fight Against Tory Ineptness

Inappropriate Use Of The Discipline Procedure For Counter Losses

Government Response To Pension Scams Not Good Enough
Says TUC

BT Pension Scheme: Judicial Review of Guaranteed Minimum Pension Increases

Young Workers Go For A 96 Mile Stroll In Scotland Earning £5000 For Three Great Charities

Young Workers As CWU Union Safety Reps Key To The Union's Future

Access To CWU Conference For Disabled Delegates And Observers Debated





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