EK gives up on extensive salary agreements for good

The Confederation of Finnish Industries, EK, is planning to change its rules in May next year so that it can no longer sign extensive labour market agreements. EK Board Chairman Matti Alahuhta says this does not mean an end to Finnish consensus but that consensus is transferred to Finnish work places. The current labour market negotiations will, however, be finished. The unions SAK and STTK hope that tripartite agreeing would not be abandoned entirely. Akava Chair Sture Fjäder does not reject local agreeing as long as it is not dictating.

Media:  Helsingin Sanomat

Date: 26.11.2015

Journalist: Teemu Luukka

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