Doctors preparing for strikeHealth
- VKG restarts production allowing Kohtla-Järve to renovate schoolsEconomy
- Estonian union has ship seized by court for unpaid wagesEconomy
- The great Keila layoff: a bang. Then, silence PKC Group to leave townEconomy
- Editorial: euro era dawning on FinlandOpinion
- Pray for Nitrofert to resurrect. AgainEconomy
- Estonian unions, employers fail to reach accord on minimum payEconomy
- Tensions building between business and the stateEconomy
- Maritime reforms run agroundEconomyIn 1993, close to 70 cargo ships sailed under Estonian flag. Since April, the number is zero. In cooperation with economy ministry, maritime council (Merendusnõukoda) has worked for reforms for years. They have come up with a 94-page base document, and its application plan. By some, tax policy by Reform Party is seen as headwind.
- Estonian labor organization disagrees with Eurobarometer figures of union membershipEconomy
- Editorial: what’s lacking in Estonian trade unions?OpinionDoes it matter who gets elected president of Estonian Trade Union Confederation (EAKL)at today’s elections? Well, a large part of our tax money is directed by Health Insurance Fund and unemployment insurance fund (Töötukassa). EAKL’s president sits in the council of both. He is an important person in all matters that come down to three-party talks between contactors, employers, and government.
- Estonian union sees layoffs at airport as potential safety riskLocal News