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JHL members do not participate in Tehy and SuPer’s strikes, municipal sector’s terms and conditions of employment were agreed in June

Members of Trade Union JHL are not involved in the means of exerting pressure that Tehy and SuPer are executing around Finland. JHL reached an agreement on the municipal sector's terms and conditions of employment already in June. The agreements also apply to the health and social services sector.

Tehy and SuPer have notified of strikes and other means of exerting pressure around Finland. Trade Union JHL is not involved in these because JHL already concluded the sector’s collective agreements in June. They also apply to the health and social services sector. JHL, KT, JUKO and Jyty are involved in the solution.

The shortage of nurses is undeniable in Finland. However, there are solutions to the problem. Pay raises exceeding the general level have already been agreed for the municipal sector. The number of study places in the sector has to be increased. In particular, a lot more care assistants have to be trained