National Union of Public Employees
|Full name||National Union of Public Employees|
|Affiliation||Trades Union Congress|
The union was founded in 1908 as the National Union of Corporation Workers, which split from the Municipal Employees Association, following Albin Taylor's dismissal as General Secretary. The union became NUPE in 1925.
The NUPE grew rapidly, from a membership of 250,100 in 1966 to 693,100 members in 1977, making it the fifth largest union in Britain.
A similarly named trade union exists in New Zealand as of 2012.
- Arthur Marsh, Victoria Ryan and John B. Smethurst, Historical Directory of Trade Unions ISBN 978-0-85967-990-9
- Marsh, Arthur (1979). Trade Union Handbook: A Guide and Directory to the Structure, Membership, Policy and Personnel of the British Trade Unions. Westmead, Hants.: Gower Press. p. 14. ISBN 0-566-02091-2. Retrieved 16 April 2013.
- National Union of Public Employees NZ
|This article about an organisation in the United Kingdom is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
|This article related to a United Kingdom trade union is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|