Tone Rønoldtangen (born 5 August 1953) is a Norwegian trade unionist and politician for the Labour Party.
She was born in Nes, Akershus where she has chaired the local Labour Party and served as an elected municipal council member.
She started her career at sea, working in a galley. She later worked as a radio officer after completing the two-year training. She moved home to Opakermoen when she was hired as an accountant for the Royal Norwegian Air Force, working out of Kongsvinger. She later became a full-time trade unionist in the Norwegian Civil Service Union, and was elected as treasurer here in 2006. In 2010 she advanced to the first female leader of LO Stat, where she had been a board member since 1998.
The Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions is a national trade union center, decidedly the largest and probably the most influential umbrella organization of labour unions in Norway. The 21 national unions affiliated to the LO have almost 900,000 members of a Norwegian population of 5 million. The majority of affiliated unions organizes traditional blue collar workers, but the largest affiliate is the Norwegian Union of Municipal and General Employees which makes up more than a third of all members. LO is affiliated to the ITUC and the ETUC. Gerd Kristiansen was elected leader on 6 May 2013 for a four-year period.
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