Content about "collective agreement"

Paneeli
Industrial Employees TP published a report on the actions and goals of employer organisations entitled “Missä mennään, Eteläranta? Työnantajapuolen toiminta ja tavoitteet työmarkkinoiden murroksessa”.
News article

https://www.tek.fi/en/news-blogs/unprecedented-power-struggle-in-the-labour-market-today

Kuvassa on TEKin toiminnanjohtaja Jari Jokinen.
Many key terms and conditions are laid down in collective agreements and not in, say, the Finnish law.
Blog post

https://www.tek.fi/en/news-blogs/collective-agreements-are-relevant-at-least-for-many

Teemu Hankamäki katsoo sivulle.
The methods are many, said the farmer when he drove his tractor through the wall of the barn. With a similar approach, the government is relentlessly promoting labor market-related legal changes that have been recorded in the government program, despite the proposals and opposition of trade unions.
Blog post

https://www.tek.fi/en/news-blogs/blog-is-it-still-possible-to-avoid-a-head-on-collision-in-the-labor-market

Kaksi kypäräpäistä työmaalla.
According to the Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK’s labour market survey, the most common reason for a salary increase was the general increase agreed in the collective agreement.
News article

https://www.tek.fi/en/news-blogs/academic-engineers-median-salary-rose-to-5597-euros-collective-agreement-clause-the-most-common-reason-for-salary-increase

Eduskuntatalon pylväikköä kuvassa.
The Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK opposes the Government’s intention to pass a law whereby the general level of pay adjustments could not be exceeded by a settlement proposal issued by the National Conciliator’s Office or a conciliation board.
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https://www.tek.fi/en/news-blogs/tek-opposes-export-driven-labour-market-model-likely-to-disturb-the-industrial-peace

Henkilöitä keskustelemassa pöydän ääressä.
A collective agreement for the staff of universities of applied sciences is under negotiation, and YTN is one of the negotiating parties.
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https://www.tek.fi/en/news-blogs/tek-involved-in-negotiating-a-collective-agreement-for-universities-of-applied-sciences-through-ytn

Teemu Hankamäki seisoo neuvotteluhuoneessa.
TEK’s Labour Market Director Teemu Hankamäki deplores Government’s idea to lower the threshold for dismissal.
News article

https://www.tek.fi/en/news-blogs/weighty-reason-must-be-retained

Isä ja vauva
The law sets the amount of family leave, but the extent to which that leave is paid is agreed in collective bargaining.
Blog post

https://www.tek.fi/en/news-blogs/we-have-negotiated-more-equitably-paid-family-leave

Kättelevät ihmiset
General pay rises will increase salaries by a total of 5.5%. In May, full-time university employees will receive a one-off payment of at least €400.
News article

https://www.tek.fi/en/news-blogs/new-two-year-collective-agreement-for-34000-university-employees-approved

Ihmisiä kävelee rappusissa
This Friday morning, an outcome was achieved in the pay rise negotiations concerning 34,000 university employees.
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https://www.tek.fi/en/news-blogs/pay-rise-deal-negotiated-for-34000-university-employees-on-friday-24-march