Union of Salaried Employees

The Union of Salaried Employees (TU, Finnish: Toimihenkilöunioni, Swedish: Tjänstemannaunionen) was a trade union in Finland. With 125,000 members, TU was a major trade union for workers in industry and industrial services, technics, economy and information.

Union of Salaried Employees
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Full nameUnion of Salaried Employees
Native nameToimihenkilöunioni
Tjänstemannaunionen
FoundedMay 2001
Date dissolved2011
Merged intoTrade Union Pro
Members125,000
AffiliationSTTK
Office locationHelsinki, Finland
CountryFinland
Websitewww.toimihenkilounioni.fi

The union was established in 2001, when the Union of Technical Employees merged with the Finnish Industrial and Clerical Employees' Union, the Construction and Engineering Union, and the Swedish Union of Technicians and Foremen. Like all its predecessors, it affiliated to the Finnish Confederation of Salaried Employees (STTK). On formation, the union had 130,000 members, making it STTK's largest affiliate, and the fourth-largest union in Finland.[1]

In 2011, the union merged with the Trade Union Direct, to form Trade Union Pro.[2]

PresidentsEdit

2001: Ilkka Joenpalo
2005: Antti Rinne

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "White-collar unions merge". Eurofound. Retrieved 23 March 2020.
  2. ^ "TU:n ja Suoran uusi liitto on Pro". My News Desk. Retrieved 23 March 2020.