Finnish Confederation of Professionals

The Finnish Confederation of Professionals (STTK) (Finnish: Toimihenkilökeskusjärjestö, Swedish: Tjänstemannacentralorganisationen) is a trade union confederation in Finland. It has a membership of 650,000 and represents salaried employees in Finland.

Finnish Confederation of Professionals
HeadquartersMikonkatu 8 A
Helsinki, Finland
Key people
Antti Palola, president
AffiliationsITUC, NFS, ETUC, TUAC

History edit

The STTK was founded in 1946, to represent STTK's counterparts are the Central Organisation of Finnish Trade Unions (SAK) and the Confederation of Unions for Academic Professionals in Finland (AKAVA).

The STTK got its current form in 1993 when most of the unions affiliated with the bankrupt Confederation of Salaried Employees joined the original STTK, founded in 1946.

Member unions edit

Current edit

Affiliates in March 2020 were:[1]

Union Abbreviation Founded Affiliated
Association of Finnish Construction Engineers and Architects RIA 1951
Business Administration Union LTA 1949 1994
Federation of Public and Private Sector Employees Jyty 1918 1993
Federation of Special Service and Clerical Employees Erto 1968 1993
Finnish Association of Fire Fighters SPAL
Finnish Engineers' Association SKL
Finnish Ships' Officers' Union SLPL 1905 1972
Finnish Union of Practical Nurses SuPer 1948 1993
Professional Dairy Association MVL 1945 1972
Trade Union Pro Pro 2011 2011
Trade Union Unio Unio 2018 2018
Union of Church Employees in Finland 1957
Union of Finnish Foresters METO 1977
Union of Health and Social Care Professionals Tehy 1982 1993
Union of Insurance Employees VvL 1945 1993

Former edit

References edit

  1. ^ "Trade unions under STTK". STTK. Retrieved 23 March 2020.