Free advice on the dilemmas of employment relationships
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Legal advice on employment relationships
As a combined member you will get legal advice on employment relationships by telephone at the price of a normal phone call (local network charge/mobile phone charge). The lawyers of Opuslex network of attorneys will answer your calls on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (closed on Fridays).
On the following holiday eves the service is available from 9–12:
Thu 9 April from 9–12,
Thu 30 April from 9–12,
Thu 18 June from 9–12,
Wed 23 December from 9–12,
Thu 31 December from 9–12.
Opuslex is a national network formed by 20 independent law offices that are members of the Finnish Bar Association. Opuslex operates in 22 towns and has more than 50 lawyers. You can turn to them if you need help from a lawyer in a dispute concerning the termination of employment, or want to ask about some other employment issue.
The advice covers situations which you can explain on the phone without the lawyer having to look at any documents or other materials. The cost of preparing documents or other measures agreed on by you shall be agreed on separately with the lawyer in question.
If your case concerns issues related to the content of collective agreements (e.g. salary tables, minimum salaries, unpaid leave in exchange for working longer hours, or various extras), you should contact the occupational safety and health authorities. You will find the contact information of your local occupational safety and health authority on the website of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
How to use the legal advice on employment relationships
Call 0200 55011
Enter the first nine (9) digits of your identity number.
- Wait – Once your membership has been identified, the call will be forwarded to the nearest available lawyer. The line will be quiet while the call is being forwarded, wait without hanging up. If the call is cut off at some point, the lines are busy. In that case try again later.