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Growth in commerce will slow down next year – taxation on services limits growth

Even a strong economic cycle has not been enough to bring commerce to the level of growth of the early 2000s. Retail is estimated to grow this year as well as last year. However, the growth will slow...

Sales in menswear experience global growth – Finland not an exception

The global trend of men’s fashion sales growing faster than women’s is visible in Finland, too. Last year, Finnish consumers’ spending on clothing increased by one per cent compared to the previous ye...

Pay solution in the Collective Agreement for the Commercial Sector and changes to the text

A new collective agreement has been made for the commercial sector, and it will be valid from 1 February 2018 to 31 January 2020.

A new Collective Agreement for the Commercial Sector has been signed

A new Collective Agreement for the Commercial Sector has been signed and will apply from 1 February 2018 to 31 January 2020.

Information for the employers regarding the changes of the new collective agreement will be published in due course.

The Finnish Commerce Federation's instructions on the overtime prohibition of the Service Union United (PAM)

PAM has declared a prohibition to generate overtime and flexitime to the commercial sector as of Monday 19 February 2018 at 6:00.

Collective agreement negotiations continue

The collective agreements for the Commercial Sector, Retail Supervisors and for Warehouse and Transport Supervisors expired on 31 January 2018.

Negotiations on the Collective Agreement for the Commercial Sector to commence

The current Collective Agreement for the Commercial Sector is valid until 31 January 2018. However, after the expiry of the current collective agreement and before the entry into force of the new coll...

New annual leave system takes effect in 2017

Pay increases in 2016