HELSINKI (Reuters) — Workers at Finland's state-owned mail company Posti have called off a strike after reaching a deal with managers on Monday, unions representing both sides said.
The deal means that supportive strikes by other unions involved in handling mail and freight that threatened to halt exports from Tuesday will be called off too, post and logistics union PAU said.
Staff at Posti started a series of strikes on Nov. 19 in protest at Posti's plan to make collective agreements more flexible and to hire more non-union temporary agency workers.
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