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Tue, 17 Feb, 2015 02:47:31 AM
FTimes Report, Feb 17
Statistics Finland's co-operation negotiations that began in December 2014 have ended and the final number of personnel cuts and their allocation will be settled in March 2015.
Statistics Finland considered at most the dismissal of 21 employees as a result of the negotiations, said a press release issued on Sunday.
At the start of the negotiations, the need for redundancies was estimated to be 45 persons.
The required personnel reductions still amount to a total of 70 staff years, according to the release.
A majority of these reductions can be reached through pension arrangements and voluntary arrangements, like exchanging holiday bonuses for time off.
The co-operation negotiations are based on the financing of Statistics Finland's operations tightening considerably from 2014.
The saving actions related to various activities that have already been implemented, like discontinuations of statistics, were not sufficient to fill the financing gap, according to the release.
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