The European Union is not for Trade Unions. The European Union is an organisation that has 28 independent countries as members. See the related question below for a list of those countries.
Countries are members of the European Union, not people or trade unions. As Malta is one country that is a member of the European Union, then the amount of members of the European Union from Malta is one.
Trade Unions in Europe, if that is what you are referring to, are not multi-national corporations. They are unions to support employees and their rights. The European Union, if that is what you are referring to, is an organisation that has 28 countries as members. It is not a multi-national corporation.
Unions are not about the members, only money... Unions are not about the members, only money... Unions are not about the members, only money...
European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions was created in 1990.
From their members.
Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions was created in 1975-04.
There are over 500 credit unions in Ireland, that are members of the Irish League of Credit Unions.
Unions work for the benefits of the workers. It helps create fairness in terms of wages, benefits, hours, etc. for its members.
The purpose of labor unions is to protect its members, workers, from being underpaid and overworked. Unions have fees and rules that apply to all members. http://answers.ask.com/society/other/what_is_the_purpose_of_a_union
Oh, in europe, unions do not pretend not to be political parties. In the USA, unions pretend not to be agents of a political party.