Our group is now even stronger than before: During the beginning of the year, we’ve attracted a record number of new JHL members. You too should join already today!
On Wednesday 11 May, the Negotiation Organisation for Public Sector Professionals (JUKO) terminated the main municipal agreement. The agreement’s period of notice of termination is six months. During this period, the main agreement is complied with and applied in its entirety. The rules apply to all agreement parties.
Star of the Olympics and African champion – JHL’s new member Ayisat Yusuf-Aromire rose to the top of football, although she wasn’t allowed to play the sport
Sports instructor Ayisat Yusuf-Aromire became a star in her native country Nigeria. Football is still her passion with which she promotes the equality of girls and women. She joined JHL for a surprising reason. Motiivi magazine’s series of articles about new members continues.
The brand-new introduction guidebook in plain Finnish is meant to assist textile care workplaces with guiding new employees in the early stages of their work.
Recent survey: Significant change in Finnish people’s attitudes towards immigrants – two out of three want more labour immigrants
According to a recent survey by Trade Union JHL, Finnish people have an even more tolerant attitude towards labour immigration if the immigrants’ terms and conditions of employment are like those of Finnish people. Two out of three respondents (67%) are of the opinion that Finland needs more labour immigrants. Kantar-TNS conducted the survey by commission of JHL, over 1,000 people replied to it.
If anything concerns you about a summer job, don’t hesitate to contact Summer Job Helpline, a shared advisory service provided by central organisations SAK, Akava and STTK. The service will give urgently needed advice throughout the whole summer.
Second time’s the charm: On Friday 6 May, we will again demonstrate for municipal sector’s salaries – come join us!
Join us on Friday 6 May. We will again be demonstrating in Helsinki for municipal sector’s pay raises. The star professionals of municipalities keep Finland rolling, everyone deserves a pay raise!
Private social sector heading towards period without agreement – this week’s negotiations yielded no result
This week, the sector’s new terms and conditions of employment were worked on in three meetings. At the end of April, the private social services sector’s collective agreement will cease to be valid.
I’m a chief shop steward/shop steward/an occupational safety and health representative. My employer has invited me to take part in negotiations outside working hours. What is the right course of action during a ban on overtime and shift swaps?
You should take part in the negotiations. However, you must first agree locally on the remuneration policy in situations where the chief shop steward, shop...
Ever since a conciliation board was established to solve the municipal sector's labour dispute, it has been expected to give a conciliation proposal quickly. However, a proposal has not been given, and there is little to suggest that such a proposal will be given during the coming days either. What has happened thus far and what is about to happen?
The results of JHL’s elections have now been confirmed. The new Union Council will start its five-year term of office in June.
As of 18 April, ban on overtime and shift swaps will continue until further notice in municipal sector
Trade Union for the Public and Welfare Sectors JHL, Trade Union Jyty and JUKO are declaring a ban on overtime and shift swaps for the municipal sector, in force until further notice, as of 18 April.
Groundless claim made by Finnish Education Employers slows down the start of private teaching sector’s labour dispute conciliation
On Saturday 2 April, negotiations with Finnish Education Employers (FEE) on the private teaching sector’s collective agreement have been concluded without a result. None of the negotiation parties had prerequisites to continue the negotiations, and no new negotiation appointments were scheduled.
A historical surge of members! At the beginning of the year, Trade Union JHL has attracted a record number of new members
Already during the beginning of the year, JHL has received close to 4,500 new employee members. Most of those who have joined work as children’s nurses within early childhood education and care. If you’re not yet a JHL member, join already today!
Conciliation board to start solving municipal sector’s labour dispute – JHL’s Niemi-Laine: The situation is extremely difficult
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland has established a conciliation board to solve the municipal sector’s labour dispute. National Conciliator Vuokko Piekkala proposed the establishment of the board.