Most of the Finnish unions endorsed the Pact and it now covers 86.5 per cent of Finnish wage and salary earners. To accept the pact was like choosing between a pest and cholera, according to STTK confederation economist Ralf Sund.
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Employers cannot stop potential strikes by demanding that district courts impose conditional fines on unions when the collective agreement is valid. The Supreme Court made this decision in the case of a planned strike at the national flag carrier Finnair.
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STTK: "The settlement to improve the country's competitiveness satisfactory, after long and difficult negotiations."
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