Confederation of State Employees' Unions – Pardia
The Confederation of State Employees' Unions (Pardia, Finnish: Palkansaajajärjestö Pardia, Swedish: Löntagarorganisationen Pardia) was a trade union in Finland. The majority of Pardia's 60,000 members worked in governmental offices and institutions, while others were employed by public utility companies and enterprises. Approximately 50 percent of all Finnish state employees were members of Pardia.
|Full name||Confederation of State Employees' Unions|
|Native name||Palkansaajajärjestö Pardia|
|Date dissolved||1 January 2019|
|Merged into||Trade Union Pro|
|Office location||Helsinki, Finland|
In 1990, the Finnish Police Union, the Union of Civil Servants, and the Union of Finnish Employees, all affiliates of the Confederation of Salaried Employees (TVK), formed TVK-State, as an umbrella organisation. The TVK went bankrupt in 1992, and TVK-State was dissolved, and replaced by a new, independent, organisation, the Confederation of State Employees' Organisations (VHKL). In 1993, the unions joined the Finnish Confederation of Salaried Employees (STTK), and founded the "Confederation of State Employees' Unions". In 2000, it adopted the short name of Pardia. The Finnish Police Union disaffiliated in 2016.
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- "Ajan laineita ja myrskyä". SJPL. Retrieved 23 March 2020.
- "LIITTOJEN TIEDOTTEET 27.11.2018 Palkansaajajärjestö Pardia: Pardian ja Pro yhdistyvät 1.1.2019". STTK. Retrieved 23 March 2020.
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