At the national level, negotiations at the national level have generally returned, at least temporarily, to the issue of wage increases. The 2011 and 2013 agreements also covered a number of other issues, including the extension of paternity leave, improved health and safety and the right to three days of training leave per year. Both were also government obligations, as well as agreements on wages and conditions between unions and employers. Recent negotiations at the national level have resulted in measures, including corporate tax cuts and changes to tax and social security (unemployment) regimes, and have had an impact on government spending plans. In the past, some of the most important developments in Finnish labour relations, such as the rights of trade union representatives or protection against dismissal, as well as broader labour market issues, such as training rights, have been the subject of national negotiations. Below the industrial level, there are enterprise negotiations that have grown and have grown in importance in recent years. Enterprise-level negotiations that are generally conducted under sectoral agreements and not as separate comparisons. , you can improve billing in the industry, but also make other changes. Employers have long lobbied for greater flexibility at the enterprise level, which has been accepted in some cases. For example, during the 2010 and 2013 rounds of negotiations, a series of comparisons for 2018 and 2019, including the key agreement of 100,000 in the technology sector, allowed individual companies to adapt the agreed-upon increase for the entire sector to their own financial terms.

The most important agreement in the technology sector provides, for example, a business negotiation on an appropriate wage increase. It is only when the terms of the national agreement fail that the terms of the national agreement will be applied – the so-called default rule. Labour law sets the framework for regulating employment conditions in the labour market. Employers` and trade union organisations enter into public and private collective agreements that set more detailed terms of employment than the law. [2] Ty-ehtosopimusten kattavuus vuonna 2014 (2016) by Lasse Ahtiainen, Tya- ja elinkeinoministerion julkaisuja 11/2016. In addition, five agreements have been signed by other trade unions, including the Finnish journalists` union SJL. julkaisut.valtioneuvosto.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/74850/TEMjul_11_2016_web_22032016.pdf (called 28.07.2019) Collective agreements are mainly in Finnish. Click here to see everyone. The general application of the collective agreement may be lost.