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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Wednesday, 14.04.2021, 22:19

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Estonia: Extension of collective agreements to get new rules

Estonia: Extension of collective agreements to get new rules

27.10.2020

The Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs submitted to a public coordination round a bill amending the conditions for the extension of collective agreements, informed LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Estonia, Labour Unions, Markets and Companies



Journalists of 15min.lt news website establish trade union

Journalists of 15min.lt news website establish trade union

05.10.2020

Journalists of the Lithuanian news website 15min.lt said on Monday they had established a trade union in response to planned structural changes to the website's editorial office, informs LETA/BNS.

Estonian teachers want minimum pay to be raised to EUR 1,428

Estonian teachers want minimum pay to be raised to EUR 1,428

16.09.2020

The Estonian Educational Personnel Union wants the minimum pay of teachers in Estonia to be raised to at least 1,428 euros a month in 2021, reported LETA/BNS.


Viking Line: Work time cuts, layoffs to affect up to 200 people, including in Estonia

Viking Line: Work time cuts, layoffs to affect up to 200 people, including in Estonia

24.08.2020

Finnish shipper Viking Line will start cooperation negotiations in September with land-based staff in Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Aland with a view to carrying out a reorganization that may entail redundancies or work time cuts for up to 200 employees, LETA/BNS informed.

Estonian unions: Top court's decision jeopardizes wages of thousands of employees

Estonian unions: Top court's decision jeopardizes wages of thousands of employees

16.06.2020

The Estonian trade union confederation EAKL said on Tuesday that the judgment of the Supreme Court concerning the extension of collective agreements endangers the wages of thousands of transport sector and healthcare employees and provides worse employers with an unfair competitive advantage, informs LETA/BNS.


17.01.2020

Trade unions of Ventspils port employees threaten protests if government does not tackle frozen accounts problem

Trade unions of employees working in Ventspils-based port companies are calling on the government to tackle the problem of transport companies' frozen bank accounts and have warned of mass protests if the problem is not resolved, the unions' representative Linards Gulbis informed LETA.

26.11.2019

Eckero Line cancels also Tuesday's departures on Tallinn-Helsinki line

Finnish shipper Eckero Line has canceled most of its departures on Tuesday due to the Finnish Seafarers' Union participating in strikes in support of the Finnish Post and Logistics Union PAU, informed LETA/BNS.

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