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Right: Kikyl not received for longer hours, when working hours were recorded in the employment contract

Western Uusimaa district court has decided that the employee's contract of employment entered into weekly working time may not be extended to the competitiveness agreement.

the report of Engineers on Wednesday. Yle has seen the district court's original judgment.

the District court decision was unanimous. Law firm work working hours add to the contract agreed working conditions to the contrary.

in Addition, the court ordered the company to pay the added half-hour episodes of back wages with interest and to pay court costs almost 25 000 euros.

Decisions based on professional Engineers according to the so-called edullisemmuutta to the rule, i.e. by a collective bargaining agreement may not impose working hours in the employment contract agreed to worse.

professional Engineers lobbying to the director of Peter Branch to keep the decision as a major legal line adopted.

– on This basis, the working hours may have been made unduly large number of workers. Also the decision date is interesting, as mentioned the extension from, i.e. the so-called kiky-hours are causing problems, collective agreements, renewal of, Branch said the alliance release.

the Industry's collective agreement was included in the competitiveness agreement within 24 hours working hours.

the Judgment may appeal to the court of appeal from, or an advance ruling appeal to the supreme court.

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