Author: paka


Lasting imprint of war

Antti Palola | 4.4.2022

I’m a child of spring, and the increase in daylight has always given me strength. I thought at... Read more


25,000 nurses to go on strike from beginning of April

| 29.3.2022

A major strike of 25,000 nurses is beginning on 1 April, unless a last-minute agreement can be reached.... Read more


Industrial Union to support paper workers’ strike at UPM to the tune of 2.2 million euro

| 28.3.2022

Collective bargaining at UPM paper mills have not yet yielded any results. The forestry giant UPM still stubbornly... Read more


UPM frames paper mill strike as a force majeure

| 11.3.2022

The shortage of printing paper becomes more critical due to the strike at the UPM Finnish paper mills.... Read more


Tehy and Super issue a five-year rescue programme for social and health care

| 25.2.2022

Negotiations with regard to local government social and health care collective agreements have not yet yielded any results.... Read more


Council of Nordic Trade Unions statement on Ukraine

| 25.2.2022

The Nordic Council of Trade Unions – NFS, which represents 15 national Trade Union Confederations and through them... Read more


SAK, Akava and STTK strongly condemn the Russian attack on Ukraine and support sanctions imposed by the EU

| 24.2.2022

SAK, Akava and STTK strongly condemn Russia’s attack on Ukraine in violation of international law. Besides loss of... Read more


European printing industry appeals to UPM to settle the strike quickly

| 16.2.2022

Intergraf, the European printing industry association, representing employers in this sector has sent a letter to UPM CEO... Read more


Ideology takes upper hand in UMP labour market policy

| 31.1.2022

The forestry giant UPM still shows no willingness to find a way towards an agreement with the trade... Read more