Sweden's largest trade union lays off staff
TT/Claudia Rodas · 18 Aug 2008, 13:23
Published: 18 Aug 2008 13:23 GMT+02:00
According to Unionen's in-house newspaper Kollega, the goal is to have a total of 675 employees: 400 in the regions and 275 at the head office in Stockholm.
Unionen's chief secretary Nils-Åke Carlsson told the newspaper that their ambition was "that no-one need be unemployed. We strive towards not having to let anyone go".
Unionen is Sweden’s largest trade union on the private labour market. The trade union has representatives from over 65,000 companies and organizations in Sweden.