National Statistics

Trade union statistics 2013

Trade union statistics and bulletin for 2013.

Documents

Trade union membership 2013: statistical bulletin

Trade union membership: open data user guide

Trade union membership statistics 2013: tables

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Trade union membership statistics 2013: open data

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Trade union membership statistics 2013: confidence intervals

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Detail

The trade union membership 2013 report uses the Labour Force Survey to provide an estimate of the levels and density of trade union membership for all UK employees and all UK workers. Additionally, estimates of trade union densities are published for age, gender, ethnicity, income, major occupation, industry, full and part-time employment, sector, nation and region. The report also provides information on union presence in workplaces and whether an employees pay and conditions are affected by collective agreement.

Confidence intervals have also been published alongside the bulletin providing information about the estimate.

Open data tables and a guide to using these tables have been released as part the government’s policy for improving the transparency and accountability of government and its services.