Responsible to Congress and the General Council for the effective operation of the TUC. Frances sets the organisation's strategic goals and acts as chief representative of the TUC.
Lead responsibility for the TUC's internal management systems and Secretary to the Executive Committee. Lead in key areas of policy development and project management for the organisation.
Paul leads on a number of key policy areas and has responsibility for the TUC's regional councils, organising and inter-union relations.
TUC Management Staff
Head, Management Services and Administration Department
Strategic management of TUC department responsible for: TUC finances; personnel policies and procedures; Congress House support services; information technology, information services and Congress Centre.
Head, Organisation and Services Department (OSD)
Responsible for the strategic management of the Organisation and Services Department.
Head, Economic and Social Affairs Department
Responsible for the strategic management of the department.
Head, Campaigns and Communications Department
Strategic management of TUC campaigning and its public face.
Head, European Union and International Relations Department
Responsible for the strategic management of the TUC's work on European issues, international development, migration, trade, international labour standards, lobbying international organisations and relations with unions in other countries and at global level
Head, Equality and Strategy
Responsible for the strategic management of equality policy and strategy for the whole of the TUC.
- Biography coming soon
In total, the TUC currently employs more than 300 people. A large proportion of staff are based at Congress House, the central London headquarters.
Some are based at the TUC's out of London offices, in Glasgow, Cardiff, Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol and Brussels. Full addresses and contact numbers for all TUC regional offices.
Issued: 5 April, 2013