Finland -Tripartite task force on atypical work recommends more task forces in first report -June 1, 2012

A tripartite task force installed last year to report on ways of improving the labour market position of atypical workers delivered its report mid-May, recommending the establishment of several task forces on smaller issues. Trade unions confederation STTK, Akava and SAK have stated the lack of concrete proposals in the report is due to the unwillingness of employers to strengthen a-typical workers’ position.


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