OGBL Secteur Financier
Together, let's be strong for our future!
With more than 72.000 membres, 2.200 staff delegates and an absolute majority in the Chambre des Salariés, with 38 out of 60 seats, « Onofhängege Gewerkschaftsbond Lëtzebuerg » (OGBL) is the largest union in the country.
OGBL is a multi-professional and multi-sectoral confederated trade union
Via its 15 professional unions, OGBL is present in all the sectors and structures of the economic activity in Luxembourg.
OGBL is politically and financially independent
Funded only by contributions from its members, OGBL is both financially and politically independent, as well as being neutral regarding religion. Having an OGBL leadership function is not compatible with holding a political mandate. OGBL's staff consists of its own dedicated employees. This guarantees independence and autonomy of action when it comes to negotiating with companies.
OGBL defends the interests of all
OGBL defends the interests of active and retired employees as well as their families, jobseekers, apprentices, students, trainees, both from Luxembourg and across the border. In addition to those working in a given company, OGBL defends the specific interests of particular groups of people, such as: employees, women, disabled workers, immigrants, young people, public officials or the retired.
Young workers, why should you join a union?
Are you new to the labour market, or about to be? If, for you, work means :
OGBL Financial Sector fights daily to defend these values so that the next generation of employees is not one threatened with insecurity.
OGBL Finance Sector is there
to defend you both collectively and individually.
An employee has little influence over his employer if he confronts him by himself. If he wants to have a real impact, he needs a strong, organised union, with an important membership, able to lead negotiations and to drive forward the common interest of all employees.
As an OGBL delegate, you will be part of a strong, united and reliable union.
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