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Civilized society 2117, Part 9: Vlogger Timo Wilderness thinks that civilisation is a horrible word
SAK, Akava and SASK: Making each workday a discrimination-free Day for Decent Work
Dare to Learn -event: lifelong learning in focus
Civilized society 2117, Part 6: Cristina Andersson: “Civilization will be an asset for humankind in the future”
The economic contribution of universities in Finland is 14,2 billion euros
Civilized society 2117, Part 5: In the future, becoming civilized will be as natural as breathing
Akava introduces a programme to improve the position of entrepreneurs and self-employed professionals
Problems in your summer job - Call the free summer job helpline
Akava: The achievements of the EU must not be overshadowed by the wave of populism
Akava: The rate of the female euro (#fewro) must be raised
Akava’s mentoring programme for highly educated immigrants
Civilized society 2117, Part 1: Professor Juho Saari: “In a civilized society, people are equal.”
The municipality of the future is a civilized municipality - Goals for the municipal and county elections
Security for working life is an Akava Asia
Employee organisations: An equality plan increases both well-being at work and productivity
Akava: The rate of the women’s euro (a.k.a. neuro) could be increased through company-specific solutions
The Summer Job Helpline provides young people with advice
Knowledge is at the centre of the Akava Asia campaign on behalf of education and skills
Akava membership continues to grow
Women’s euro is less than men’s
Practical consequences of the competitiveness pact
Integration is challenged by the wave of immigrants and lack of State funding
A rigid system can dash the career dreams of immigrants
Akava presented the Entrepreneur Award for 2015 to Annukka and Tomi Lantto of the Antell Group
Employee organisations are asking again: “How do you feel about it?”
#STOP Employee demonstration 18 September at 11 am
Akava’s shop steward barometer: Dismissals have become a conveyor belt routine
The Summer Job Line provides advice
Akava membership continued to grow
An independent Akava will best serve the interests of the membership
Akava: Another pension reform ahead in ten years
Longer careers with the job life cycle model
Akava members are willing to retire later
Fixed-term employment agreements are common
Many ways to work as a freelancer
More but better EU
News from international organisations
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Akava affiliates and their membership figures
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