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These and more are some of the major aims and objectives of Uganda Hotels, Food, Tourism, Supermarkets and Allied workers' union.

Protect Member Interests

To regulate wages and conditions of its members and Generally to protect the interests of the members.

Investment and Savings

To promote, aid and encourage establishment of savings and credit cooperative societies, either at branch or National level as may be decided upon by the relevant organs of the Union.

Sales and Trading

To promote, aid and encourage viable economic projects to improve and strengthen the Union financial base.

Educational Programmes

Generally to promote the social economic interests and educational programmes of the members


To co-operate with other Organizations on matters of common interest with a view to taking common action when necessary or desirable.

Acquire Assets & Commodities

To acquire either by purchase, lease, or otherwise any moveable, immoveable property or other assets and to sell, to let, to mortgage, to charge or otherwise deal with or dispose off the same.
Message from the General Secretary

Message from the General Secretary

Mission: To fully organize and represent workers in the HTS-Union and Allied Sectors to have their rights, social and economic interests effectively articulated, advocated, promoted and defended by the union

The main thrust of HTS-Union General Information Pack is to provide information about the union hence make it easy for people to understand and appreciate our organization generally.

It is critical that industrial relations matters should be given the befitting attention by the tripartite partners at the work place for purposes of improving efficiency and effectiveness of the workers for better service delivery and improved productivity of organizations and the economy at large.

Social dialogue which refers to negotiation, consultation or an exchange of views between representatives of employers, workers and government, is a proved flexible tool for achieving economic and social change. It is most important for parties to always deploy social dialogue in dealing with most situations as the way to resolving issues.

While saluting all stakeholders, I take this noble opportunity to call upon Government Employers, Workers, Development Partners, Civil Society Organizations and other actors to join our efforts to improve Labour standards and situation in Uganda for a better future.


Mugole Stephen

CEO & General Secretary

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