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Employment Fund Stock Exchange Release 16 January 2019 at 11:00 a.m
The Board of Directors of the Employment Fund has appointed a Management Group for the Fund. The role of the Management Group is to lead the operations of the Employment Fund as well as implement strategic and operative targets.
The members of the Employment Fund Management Group are:
Janne Metsämäki, Managing Director
Chief Financial Officer (Deputy to Managing Director)
Director, Internal Services and Legal Affairs
Director, HR and Communications
Director, Development and Renewal
Director, Customer Relationship
The Employment Fund started its operations on 1 January 2019, when the Unemployment Insurance Fund and the Education Fund merged. The Fund's basic tasks are the collection of unemployment insurance contributions, the financing of unemployment benefits and the granting and financing of adult education benefits. The business ID of the Employment Fund is the same as the business ID of the Unemployment Insurance Fund: 1098099-7.
Janne Metsämäki, Managing Director, tel. +358 40 522 3614
Tapio Oksanen, Chief Financial Officer, tel. +358 40 539 4651
In Helsinki on 16 of January 2019
Director, Finance and Funding
NASDAQ OMX Helsinki
As a result of the negotiations, the Fund will reduce the total number of jobs by 9.
The total contributions would therefore amount to between 2.4% and 3.0% of workers’ wages.