Overall reform of the Co-Operation Act in preparation
A report ordered by the Finnish Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment on the possible needs for changes in the Co-Operation Act (334/2007) recommends that the Co-Operation Act be completely renewed to enable proper dialogue in work places. According to the report, current legislation is considered vague and complicated, and the focus of co-operation has moved to looking for mistakes and avoiding sanctions rather than engaging in mutual collaboration. The current Co-Operation Act is also generally understood to merely relate to redundancies.
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