Finland - Ground personnel strike leads to deal - March 31, 2017

A planned strike by ground personnel at the national airports was first called off. But shortly after the negotiations between air workers and employer representatives failed as the trade unions rejected the proposed settlement. New negotiations between the aviation employees' trade union IAU and business representatives led to a deal on airport workers' wages and benefits after a final, 30-hour round of negotiations. The National Conciliator said the parties reached a three-year deal giving collective agreement contracts to service workers in the two biggest airports, Helsinki and the northern city of Oulu.

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