Finland - Post wants negotiations on job cuts - June 30, 2016

National mail service company Posti has announced a new round of employer-employee negotiations about slashing up to 370 jobs. The company says it plans to discontinue early morning newspaper delivery services in yet-to-be-specified parts of the country. The company said it will offer laid-off personnel access to a programme which aims to help them find new jobs, get retrained or become entrepreneurs.

English: http://yle.fi/uutiset/posti_up_to_370_newspaper_delivery_jobs_to_be_cut … 

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