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The total number of members in the Federation of Salaried Employees Pardia is 60 000, the majority of whom work in government agencies and institutions and a significant number in public bodies, enterprises, companies, universities and Kela. Pardia is one of the largest member organisations of the Finnish Confederation of Professionals STTK. 

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Members of Pardia are a substantial group of both state and private sector employees. There are 60 000 members in our organization. The majority of them work in governmental offices and institutions, and some of them work in public utility companies and enterprises, universities and the Social Insurance Institution of Finland. Federation of Salaried Employees Pardia is a trade union with 24 member unions. Pardia is a member organisation of the The Finnish Confederation of Professionals STTK , an umbrella organization in which there are 17 other trade organisations.


Pardia: Preconditions for future labour market settlements


According to Niko Simola, Chairman of the Federation of Salaried Employees Pardia, future labour market settlements must meet several clear preconditions. No volunteer work will be done, not now or in the future.

Finnish labour market organisations agree to employment pension reform


Finnish labour market organisations have negotiated about a pension reform since last January. Agreement was reached at the end of September. If it will be accepted by the Finnish Government and Parliament, the new system will come into effect in 2017.

The fight against Ebola - health workers on the frontline while politicians cut budgets


The EPSU Health and Social Services Committee, representing over 3.5 million health and social services workers across Europe sends its solidarity to the frontline workers in Madrid and other countries who are risking their lives fighting Ebola.