200 to lose jobs as THL starts austerity measures

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200 to lose jobs as THL starts austerity measures

The Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) will cut a total of 200 employees as a part of its austerity measures to save EUR 12 million due lack of government funding, said THL in a press release on Tuesday.

The THL said that 93 employees will be laid off and more employees will be reduced through co-determination talks and total job cuts will be up to 200.

Meanwhile, the union of the public sector professionals-JUKO in a statement on Tuesday said that said the negotiation talks that started in March were concluded in disagreement between the authority and the employees.

Pointing out various negative aspects of the job cuts in THL, leaders of the JUKO expressed concern over the preparedness during the possible national crisis.

Source: www.dailyfinland.fi

  1. EmilyJohnson23 says

    It’s truly disheartening to hear about the job cuts at THL. Losing 200 dedicated employees will undoubtedly have a significant impact on the organization’s operations. The government should prioritize funding for essential services like health and welfare, especially during times of crisis.

  2. EmilyJohnson says

    I believe that the job cuts at THL are a short-sighted decision that will negatively impact both the employees and the quality of services provided. It’s concerning to see government funding limitations leading to such drastic measures.

  3. JennySmith says

    It’s disheartening to see 200 employees lose their jobs due to lack of funding. The austerity measures taken by THL will undoubtedly have a significant impact on the affected individuals and their families.

  4. EmilyJohnson89 says

    I think it’s really unfortunate that 200 employees will lose their jobs due to the lack of government funding. The impact of these austerity measures on the healthcare sector could be significant, and I hope that adequate support will be provided to those affected.

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