HELSINKI– Some 3,000 employees at Finnish forestry group UPM went on strike on Saturday, shutting plants, the business stated on Saturday.
Three unions representing paper employees, supervisory personnel and electrical experts had actually formerly alerted https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/workers-union-pro-warns-strikes-upms-finnish-plants-2021-12-17 they would strike if a brand-new arrangement about earnings and working conditions was not reached prior to the previous arrangement ended on Dec. 31.
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UPM gave up cumulative bargaining a year ago together with other forestry companies, stating the market wishes to enhance success by looking for option methods to settle on salaries and working conditions.
While employees have actually required UPM indications a company-wide labor arrangement, the business has actually promoted business-specific contracts and signed them with its plywood and lumber departments.
Workers in UPM’s pulp, paper and biofuels companies have actually stated UPM wishes to determine brand-new conditions rather of working out, the 3 trade unions have actually specified.
The strike will end on Jan. 22 unless a contract is reached prior to that, the trade unions formerly stated in different declarations.
Inderes expert Antti Viljakainen earlier informed Reuters https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/workers-union-pro-warns-strikes-upms-finnish-plants-2021-12-17 UPM might anticipate the expense to be a minimum of two times as huge as the 30 million euros ($34 million) triggered by a previous strike in 2020.
UPM competing Stora Enso has actually signed a company-wide arrangement with the employees’ unions. ($ 1=0.8797 euros) (Reporting by Essi Lehto, Editing by Louise Heavens)
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