Union of Agricultural Workers and Employees

The Union of Agricultural Workers and Employees (Serbo-Croatian: Sindikat poljoprivredno-šumarskih radnika i službenika) was a trade union representing workers in the agricultural and forestry sectors in Yugoslavia.

The union was founded in April 1945 and affiliated to the Confederation of Trade Unions of Yugoslavia.[1] By 1954, it claimed 84,792 members, and was led by Emil Kevrešan.[2] In 1959, it merged with the Union of Food and Tobacco Workers, to form the Union of Agricultural, Food Processing and Tobacco Workers of Yugoslavia.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Sindikat poljoprivrednih radnika i službenika Jugoslavije. Republički odbor za Hrvatsku". Arhivsko gradivo. Croatian National Archives. Retrieved 9 September 2021.
  2. ^ Directory of Labor Organizations: Europe. Vol. 2. Washington DC: United States Department of Labor. 1955. p. 30.1–30.11.