A result in the university collective bargaining
Late Sunday night a result was reached in the university sector’s collective bargaining. For technical reasons the result was acknowledged on Tuesday.
The negotiations were conducted at a fastened pace after the coronavirus pandemic closed the university campuses. University staff continues to work as research and teaching are conducted remotely.
The result of the negotiations will now go to each organisation’s boards for handling.
Further details of the result will be published after all the negotiation parties’ boards have accepted the result.
The collective agreement for university sector ends on the 31st of March. If the union’s boards accept the negotiation result, a new collective agreement will be in effect from the 1st of April 2020.
University sector negotiatiors
At the university sector negotiations, JUKO is represented by Chief Negotiator Katja Aho (JUKO), Executive Director Tarja Niemelä (Finnish Union of University Professors), University Advocate Hanna Tanskanen (The Trade Union of Education in Finland, OAJ), Chief Negotiator Petri Toiviainen (Social Science Professionals), and Mia Weckman (The Finnish Union of University Researchers and Teachers).
The collective bargaining at the university sector is conducted between JUKO, JHL, PRO and AFIEE.
A member of Akava, Negotiation Organisation for Public Sector Professionals JUKO represents you and your union at the negotiations and negotiates the collective agreements for your workplace.
JUKO is an umbrella organisation negotiating on behalf of more than 200,000 municipal, state, university and church employees. JUKO also collectively bargains for agreements for Finnish National Gallery and Finnish Institute of Occupational Health.