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NATIONAL UNION OF HOTELS AND PERSONAL SERVICES WORKERS (NUHPSWN)

Origin of NUHPSWN

National Union of Hotels and Personal Services Workers (NUHPSW) was registered in 1978 to organize workers in establishment which specialize in the rendition of services generally involving the care of the person or his apparel as follows:

  • Hotels, guest houses, casinos, restaurants, cafes, canteen, taverns and other drinking and eating places;
  • Rooming houses, camps and other lodging places;
  • Laundries and related services;
  • Cleaning, dyeing and other related services;
  • Barber and beauty-salon;
  • Portrait and photographic studios;
  • Industrial cleaning and related services;
  • Security services;
  • Tourist organizations and related services.

UNION OBJECTIVES AS ENSHRINED IN RULE 2 OF THE CONSTITUTION:

  • To secure the complete unionization of all workers in all aspect of services enumerated above
  • To obtain and maintain through negotiation, just and proper rate of wages, hours of work, other conditions of employment and to protect the interest of members generally
  • To regulate and promote harmonious relations between members and employers, between one member and another and between members and other employees
  • To provide for members any or all the under-mentioned welfare benefits as the National Delegates’ Conference, the National Executive Council or the Central Working Committee may decide from time to time as follows:
  • Relief in sickness, accident, disablement, distress, unemployment, victimization as a result of trade union activities
  • Funeral aid
  • Legal advice and assistance when connected with terms and conditions of employment of members
  • Maternity benefits
  • Assistance to replace lost tools or to purchase essential tools where possession of such tools constitutes one of the conditions of employment
  • Hospital benefits
  • Strike pay
  • Superannuation benefits
  • Educational benefits for members, staff or their children through awards of scholarships at home or abroad or any other schemes that may enhance workers education generally
  • To work towards the promotion of such labour legislation which will improve the conditions of services of members and working class generally
  • To work towards  the establishment of a printing or publishing business which will undertake the production of newspapers, journals, books, pamphlets or such other publications which will promote the economic, social and educational programmes of the union or trade unionism generally
  • To contribute financially or otherwise towards any project having for its objects, the promotion of the interest of labour and trade unionism generally
  • To establish and maintain a high standard of workmanship and professional practice in Hotel and Personal Services Industry
  • To encourage the participation of members in the decision making process at local, state and national levels of the union
  • To work towards the advancement of the socio-economic and cultural interests of the community and
  • To pursue such other objects as are lawful and are not inconsistent with the spirit and practise of trade unionism in the country as in Trade Unions Acts.

MEMBERSHIP STRENGTH
Presently, the Union numerical strength is 19,962 members.

Breakdown: Male: 11,520
Female: 8,442

 


COMRADE YUSUF, SAIDU MUSA
NUHPSWN PRESIDENT


COMRADE SUCCESS, ENIOJUKAN LEKE
NUHPSWN SECRETARY GENERAL

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