News / 04.06.2009

Sanoma case goes to Market Court



(Helsinki 4.6.2009 - Juha Rekola) The Union of Journalists in Finland has today together with other organisations representing freelancers working for Sanoma News filed a case against the company in the Finnish Market Court.


The purpose of the court case is to prevent Sanoma News from implementing the unreasonable conditions of freelance work which the company has been trying to force on its freelancers by June 15th.


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