11 Job Opportunities at | Nafasi za Kazi Tanzania Local Government Workers Union (TALGWU)
What is TALGWU?
It is the Tanzania Local Government Workers Union which is registered under the Trade Unions Act No. 10 of 1998, and was given registration number 010 on 15/09/2000.
TALGWU unites all existing employees under Local Government Authorities and other Institutions in the country where as of June 2018, the Association had 62,170 members.
TALGWU is affiliated with the Tanzania Confederation of Trade Unions (TUCTA), the International Federation of Trade Unions (PSI) and the African Local Government Confederation Network (AMALGUN).
Thus a trade union is a unity, union, and solidarity of workers whose interests, goals, aspirations and aspirations are alike.
That union is the only solution to their problems.
TALGWU educates, advocates, and protects the employment and remuneration of its members in accordance with various laws, regulations, regulations, guidelines and work documents.
Why should local government workers join TALGWU?
To be united in fighting for their rights and interests.
Gain representation in decision-making bodies.
Get legal help when they are experiencing conflicts at work.
Educated on various staffing issues
Vision and Responsibility
To mobilize Local Government Employees to fight for better service delivery, improvement of economic and social services, the presence of sustainable professional and professional development, and to strengthen collective bargaining power, to achieve a more equitable society through good governance.
The General Secretary of the Local Government Workers Union (TALGWU) is announcing the vacancies as follows.