What is a legal strike? Why are strikes or industrial actions organised in the first place? How do strikes and political demonstrations differ from each other? How does one get strike benefit?
Any questions concerning employment contracts and disputes are easiest to settle in the workplace. In a dispute situation, begin by discussing things with your supervisor. Turn to your shop stewards and occupational safety ombudsmen when problems occur in the workplace. If the dispute cannot be resolved locally, JHL’s regional office and central office will help you move forward with your dispute.
What are my rights as an employee? Look here to find some frequently asked questions and answers about the Finnish labour market and working life...
This page has information on what to do during a ban on overtime and shift swaps.
This page contains information on what you should do in the event of a strike.
Emergency work is based on the Working Time Act and it is the employer’s duty to promptly notify the occupational safety and health authorities of the emergency work in writing.
This page contains guidelines for what to do if another union has declared an industrial action in your workplace.