Confederation calls for co-ordinated approach to minimum wages

The SAK blue-collar trade union confederation is aiming to secure a minimum wage of €1,500 for all full-time workers covered by the agreements negotiated by its affiliates. There is no statutory minimum wage in Finland with minimum wages set in different sectoral collective agreements. A €1,500 minimum wage would mean some substantial increases for some groups of workers. [Read more at > Trade union news (EN)->]

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