Alan Fisher (trade unionist)

Alan Fisher (20 June 1922 – 20 March 1988) was a British trade unionist.

Born in Birmingham, Fisher spent his entire working life at the National Union of Public Employees, serving as General Secretary from 1968 to 1982. This was a period of rapid growth for the union and included the Winter of Discontent.[1] In 1981, he served as President of the Trades Union Congress.[2]


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Trade union offices
Preceded by
Sydney Hill
General Secretary of the National Union of Public Employees
Succeeded by
Rodney Bickerstaffe
Preceded by
Terry Parry
President of the Trades Union Congress
Succeeded by
Alan Sapper

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