Finland's Transport Workers’ Union AKT is poised to strike on Feb. 14 if issues over stevedoring industry’s collective labor agreement are not resolved; Finnish Port Operators Assn. says negotiations are now under direction of state labor mediator

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February 3, 2022 (press release) –

Negotiations regarding the stevedoring industry’s collective labour agreement were put under the direction of the state labour mediator 31.1.2022. There is a dissenting view regarding the adjustment of the salary level. The Finnish Port Operators Association make a point, that the stevedoring industry’s salary increases are to be carried out in accordance with the Finnish export industry’s level.

The mediation continues next week. The strike will start on 14.2.2022, unless the agreement is made before that or the authority postpones the strike.

The Transport Workers’ Union AKT’s overtime and shift change ban that started 1.2.2022, continues for now.

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