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TSSA democracy

Members are the lifeblood of our union, thanks to our organising approach. Day in, day out, they give up their time and energy to supporting their colleagues at work and building TSSA’s grass roots.

This activity takes a number of different forms. In the workplace we have reps: local reps, health and safety reps and learner reps, all dedicated to standing up for employees’ views and improving pay and conditions.

Outside the workplace, many members are involved in the union’s internal democracy - branches, divisional councils, the executive committee and at annual conference.

The majority of our members have been recruited by their colleagues - by other lay members. Find out why recruitment is vital to TSSA, and what you can do to help.

You can read the lastest reports from our Executive Committee meetings, find out about TSSA Conference or vacancies for elections to national positions.