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Tue, 06 Oct, 2015 01:10:53 AM
FTimes-STT Report, Oct 6
 
Employee of National Board of Antiquities is examining soil. File Photo Lehtikuva.
The National Board of Antiquities will start codetermination negotiations with their entire staff in a couple of weeks aiming to lay off 35 employees from its present permanent staff of about 250.
 
According to a statement issued by the Board, they must reduce their spending by euro two million in order to stabilize their finances.
 
The National Board of Antiquities is financed by the federal revenue and expenditure estimates.
 
The Board runs, among others, the Finnish Kotka Maritime Museum, the Seurasaari Open Air Museum and Tamminiemi in Helsinki, as well as Olavinlinna castle in Savonlinna and Hämeenlinna castle.
 
Over half of the operating costs of the Board are personnel, and more than 30 percent are real estate rentals. 
 
According to the statement, the need for cutting costs is so great that there is no way to cut spending without reducing personnel.
 
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