Danske Bank plans to reduce 69 full-time equivalent working years. Employees say the plans are wildly overscale and walk out in protest. – If there was a true decrease in the amount of work to be seen at the company, these plans could be somewhat easier to comprehend, the chief shop steward says.
- 19.4. 14:02
- 20.4. 11:49
A total of 413 Trade Union Pro members stood as candidates. 118 of them were elected.
- 30.11. 11:42
Plans to remodel the Finnish collective bargaining system are still on the table. The basic idea is for pay rises in collective agreements to be linked somehow to those for the export industry.
- 14.6. 18:28
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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