Workers at 21 road haulage firms, 56 bus companies and ten warehouse terminals are to go on indefinite strike in Finland from Sunday, 6pm.
Around 11,000 workers, members of the Transport Workers' Union will be striking.
The strike is likely to affect around 50% of long-distance bus services, and many local services in cities. It may also affect port operations and goods distribution, and waste collection.
Around 30,000 employees are without contract as unions and bosses were unable to reach an agreement after collective bargaining agreements ran out in January, and mediation broke down earlier this week. Employers are trying to greatly increase the number of part-time contracts amongst other measures aimed at casualisation and pay.
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