OmaYTK out of use 7.6. 3.00pm - 9.6. 2.00pm
OmaYTK service will be out of use between 7.6. 3.00pm and 9.6. 2.00pm. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Some of the lay-offs that started in spring have continued for a long time. If you have been laid off for long, you can terminate your employment relationship without losing your right to receive pay for the period of notice. You will not, however, be entitled to earnings-related daily allowance for the same period.
As we are moving towards autumn, we have been informed that many employer-employee negotiations will take place. It is possible that lay-offs will turn into dismissals. If any such changes happen to you, you should always remember to notify the payer of your unemployment benefit.
Petja Eklund, unemployment security expert
Despite the congestion of applications during the spring and summer our members are satisfied with the service they have received. This is shown by extensive member surveys. The survey carried out in May–June was answered by 21,715 respondents and the one carried out in August by 8,190 respondents.
We repeat the member survey regularly to keep track of how our members are doing and what YTK can do to improve its services. There will be a raffle for present cards among the respondents, so please respond now!
We asked about your situation in a Jäsenpulssi questionnaire* in early summer. We got to hear about the employment situation, finances, moods and future views of more than 21,000 of our members. A great number of respondents, thank you for that! We also asked for feedback about our operations and services – we have humbly taken in thousands of thanks and useful criticism. Each answer and feedback is valuable to us and will help us to support you in all turns of the working life, also during the coronavirus epidemic.
In early summer, while the coronavirus restrictions were still in force, we surveyed how our members were doing, their job situation and feelings with a so-called Member Pulse, an extensive online survey* that received a whopping 21,000 plus responses. Check out the survey results!