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Stock Exchange Release
March 24, 2021 at 11.00
Employment Fund starts employee co-operation negotiations to renew the organisational structure and the management system. The aim of the change is to achieve an organisational structure and management system that best supports Employment Funds strategic goals.
Restructuring of the operational and the management system are necessary to reach relevant strategic goals and to better meet expectations set for Employment Fund by society and it´s network.
Employment Fund has 172 employees of which the total number of 38 persons are participating in the negotiations.
The preliminary estimate of the need for the significant changes in employment relationships or reductions of the personnel is at the maximum 14 persons. According to plans there will be new positions created in the new organisation. Employment Fund aims to offer new positions for as many employees as possible.
Helsinki, 24 March 2021
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Employment Fund’s Half-Year Report 2021 has been published.