Trade unions in Armenia
|International Labour Organization
Armenia is a member of the ILO
|Freedom of Association||2 January 2006|
|Right to Organise||12 November 2003|
Trade unions in Armenia are afforded the right to organized by the Armenian Constitution. The primary trade union centre is the Confederation of Trade Unions of Armenia (CTUA), which is the reconstituted remains of the former Soviet trade union structure.
Unions which are involved in state run enterprises still benefit from check-off dues, but organization and strike action in the private sector is more subdued, in part because of a lack of protection against reprisals.
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