Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees
|Full name||Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees|
|Native name||Facket för Service och Kommunikation|
|Key people||Jan Rudén, president|
|Office location||Stockholm, Sweden|
The Swedish Union for Service and Communications Employees (Service- och Kommunikationsfacket, acronym SEKO) is a trade union in Sweden. It was formed in 1995 with the reorganization of the Swedish National Union of State Employees (Statsanställdas förbund, SF).
SEKO has a membership of 160,000 and is divided into nine branches:
- Rail transportation
- Public administration
- Roads & Railways
- Correctional treatment
SEKO is the third largest affiliate of the Swedish Trade Union Confederation. It is considered as one of the most radical trade unions in Sweden and opposes privatization of public services.
- ICTUR et al.,, ed. (2005). Trade Unions of the World (6th ed.). London, UK: John Harper Publishing. ISBN 0-9543811-5-7.
- SEKO official site.
- Open UP - handicap programme in Sweden (model based on Norwegian Telenor's handicap programme) official site.
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