”We want to agree but we do not want be forced to give up our rights”,says Antti Palola from STTK.
- 21.9.2015 08:50
- 14.9.2015 17:03
The right-wing Government of Prime Minister Sipilä announced it will introduce new legislation that sets the maximum limits of what can be agreed collectively in certain cases.
- 30.7.2015 14:10
The gap between CEOs and an average worker continues to grow. The salary of an average CEO is now worth 25 times the average employee. Five years ago the ratio was one to 21.
- 25.6.2015 12:57
A yellow union lost the case. The Helsinki Court of Appeal has ruled that the so-called collective agreement which was concocted by employers for those employed distributing unaddressed mail and free-sheet newspapers is not legally valid.
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