Trade unions in present-day Bulgaria

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Sofia Press , Sofia, Bulgaria
Trade-unions -- Bulg
Other titlesProfsŭiuzite v sŭvremena Bŭlgariia.
Statement[compiled by Evelina Georgieva ; introduction written by Nikolai Todorov ; editor: Elena Chernyh ; translated by Andrei Todorov.
ContributionsGeorgieva, Evelina.
LC ClassificationsHD6782
The Physical Object
Pagination146 p. :
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Open LibraryOL16664604M

Figures from the unions themselves suggest there are aroundtotrade unionists in Bulgaria. The latest official census of trade unions, undertaken inproduces a union density figure of %, although this does not include trade unionists outside the two main union confederations, and assumes that all trade unionist are employees.

The Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bulgaria (KNSB/CITUB) is a trade union confederation in CITUB is Bulgaria's largest, most influential and well-established trade union, having several times more members than its largest rival - KT y: Bulgaria.

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Trade Unions. Around 15% to 17% of Bulgaria’s employees are union members. There are two main union confederations. The larger of the two is KNSB (known in English as CITUB), which emerged from the reformed official trade union movement of the communist period, while Podkrepa came out of the opposition movement.

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The topics dealt with include the organisation of the industry, its sources of capital and labour, the rise of the trade unions, the coal trade, the. The Institute for Social and Trade Union Research (ISTUR) is a research institute at the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions (CITUB) in Bulgaria.

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These trade union associations will gradually, with the creation of favourable conditions, be united into trade unions. What the organization of trade unions in Bulgaria should be like, we shall see next time. The question about the organization of the trade unions depends closely.

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