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SIK is Greenland’s largest labor union. SIK has agreements on wages and agreements on working conditions, with large and small companies as well as with the public employers and publicly owned companies. We have local departments on the coast in various towns and villages.

WELCOME to membership! The moment SIK receive your completed registration form you are a member, welcome. The registration form can be found for download in this page.

At the bottom of the page there is news about membership and trade union topics.

The registration form 

Click here to download Registration form + instructionsPlease be aware that the PBS fee of 5 kroner is not included in the contingent.

Please note 

It is important that all fields in the registration form are filled.

  • Paying contingent via PBS (Banks Pay Service)
  • With your signature on the registration form you agree thereby to pay membership contingent via PBS.
  • Your first bill on contingent being sent as giro.
  • It is important you pay giro soon after receipt.
  • If you do, you will not get more giro sent, payment is ongoing.
  • Payment will be made each month.

It is important to contact SIK when moving

  • To a different address in your hometown.
  • To another city.


  • If you change job.
  • Or if you need to move to another country.


  • Cancellation of membership must be informed to SIK written.
  • If you cancel past after half of the month, you pay next month too.

SIK does not repay the fees retroactively.

The address of the headquarters

SIK, Issortarfimmut 11, P.O. Box 9, 3900 Nuuk – 
Tlf.: +299 32 21 33 Fax: +299 32 49 39

SIK Social Funds

As a labours union SIK has entered into agreements with private and public employers regarding benefits from a social fund. Common to these funds is that they are intendes to provide support in connection with serious illness – including to pay for travel companions and acommodations as well as to cover lost earnings.

Click here to access an application form

SIK Vacation Fund

Employees, paid according to SIK’s collective agreements – and their immediate family members – can be granted a holiday trip.The application period is May 1 to August 1. The allocation of holiday travel is done by drawing lots from the applicants who meet the conditions for being able to get a holiday trip the following year. 

► Click here to access an ONLINE application form – THE APPLICATION PERIOD HAS EXPIRED

The local SIK departments and the monthly contingent


Address – Phone – E-mail



Frederik Lyngep Aqq. 30
Boks 139, 3950 Aasiaat,
Phone 89 27 32

325 kr.


3961 Uummannaq,
Phone 95 50 88

250 kr.


Illumiut 57,
Postboks 93,3952 Ilulissat
Phone 94 32 23

285 kr.


Suffiap Aqq. B-515, Kangaamiut
3912 Maniitsoq,
Phone 54 77 59

225 kr.


Suffiap Aqq. B-515, Kangaamiut
3912 Maniitsoq,
Phone 54 77 59

305 kr.


Postboks 14
3910 Kangerlussuaq

260 kr.


Ivissuit 2
Postboks 73, 3912 Maniitsoq
Phone 81 34 10

280 kr.


Tuapangmiut B-525
Postboks 91, 3922 Nanortalik
Phone 61 30 35

285 kr.


Sarqánguaqvej B-7
Postboks 55, 3921 Narsaq,
Phone 66 16 22

315 kr.


Issortarfimmut 11,
Postboks 137, 3900 Nuuk,
Phone 32 17 40

305 kr.


Postboks 182,
3940 Paamiut,
Phone 28 18 50

265 kr.


Postboks 6, 3971 Qaanaaq
Phone 97 13 50 Mobile 59 46 18

265 kr.


Storesøvej B-621,
Postboks 29, 3920 Qaqortoq
Phone 64 24 42

275 kr.


Gl. Kirkevej 7
Postboks 38, 3951 Qasigiannguit
Phone 91 14 48

310 kr.


Jakob Danielsenip Aqq. 23,
Postboks 95, 3953 Qeqertarsuaq
Phone 92 14 23

255 kr.


3900 Nuuk
Phone 25 17 63

235 kr.


Kaaleeqqap Aqq. 14,
Postboks 56, 3911 Sisimiut
Phone 86 42 45

330 kr.


Tsittamut B575,
Postboks 51, 3913 Tasiilaq
Phone 98 12 08

250 kr.


Aqqusinertaaq B-221
Postboks 87, 3962 Upernavik
Phone 96 19 60

285 kr.


Sanatoriamut B-725
Boks 24 3961 Uummannaq,
Phone 95 10 47

285 kr.

News about membership and union topics

The membership contingent increases or remains unchanged

NEWS 16-03-2022: Many of the union members in the next coming days receive an SMS message that their monthly membership contingent will increase by a certain amount from April 1, 2022. But there are also many others who do not receive an SMS message – for their contingent will be the same like now.

This is based on changes to the membership contingent s, adopted in SIK’s congress in September 2021. It has been followed up with a letter in December to the 20 branches of the trade union affiliated with SIK, by the union by Vice President Jokum Zeeb with a reminder and summary of the content of the changes. And the reminder has here in 2022 been repeated both in writing and calls by phone. The Vice President has also asked the branches to inform any of the contingent changes to SIK no later than 5 March 2022.

One of the changes adopted in the congress is that the trade union’s share of the individual members’ monthly membership contingenr will be increased by DKK 15 from DKK 150 to DKK 165 with effect from 1 April 2022. This was done with reference to the increasing number of tasks with member cases in the trade union secretariat.

As the structure of SIK as it is so far, the trade union congress can not dictate the size of the branches’ share of the member’s contingent. The branches must determine this themselves. Therefore, there is not one same contingent in the country within the organization.

The congress in September thus contented itself with calling on the branches to reduce their share of the contingent by the equivalent of DKK 15 so that an increase in the individual member’s total contingent can be avoided.

Here, two weeks before the cut-off date, a picture emerges with four categories:

1) Full follow-up of the congress’ call, and thus unchanged overall contingent (the branches in Qaqortoq, Nuuk and Tasiilaq),

2) Partial follow-up of the congress’ call (the branches in Ilulissat, Qasigiannguit, Nanortalik and Upernavik), and thus an increase in the contingent, however, of less than DKK 15.

3) No follow-up of the congress’ call, and thus an increase of DKK 15. The branches in the following towns and villages have announced this: Sisimiut, Aasiaat, Kangaamiut, Kangaatsiaq, Maniitsoq, Uummannaq, Kangerlussuaq and Qeqertarsuaq.

4) At the end of the deadline, the other branches have not announced what they have decided on their part of the contingent – so in reality there will be an increase of DKK 15.