Co-operation negotiations are held in massive changes
In many situations, the Act on Co-operation within Undertakings requires that employers hold co-operation negotiations with their personnel. Co-operation negotiations may aim at, for example, personnel reductions or extensive changes in the organisation or employment terms, such as salaries. The Act on Co-operation within Undertakings must be applied in companies with at least 20 regular employees. See how co-operation negotiations are held when aiming at personnel reductions.
The Finnish Business School Graduates serves its members in change situations: Our Advisors provide counselling for the co-operation procedure, career coaches provide coaching for job search by, for example, reading through your job application and CV; job opportunities for economists are available in Ekonomipörssi (members pages) and our legal counsels advise you on how to proceed with a severance package or review your employment contract. Our unemployment insurance advisor will advise you on how to proceed if you become unemployed.
Many The Finnish Business School Graduates' members working in supervisory duties are in difficult positions in change situations. Employers rarely coach superiors for change situations and the challenges they involve. Superior's checklist for co-operation procedures involving personnel reductions.