If you work as a manager or as a professional in the private sector in Finland, under Finnish labour legislation, you are welcome to join us. Please notice that economists, engineers, BBA graduates and lawyers are organised in their own specialist unions.
Join a great group of over 10,000 professionals in different fields by filling the online form and we will soon be in touch!
As a member, you have access to the best experts, services and benefits that support your career. You will also have access to valuable services and benefits for yourself.
Once your application is approved we will send you a confirmation email. Your membership will start from the day we receive your application. You will also be sent by post YTY membership welcome package with member guide and your membership card.
If you have any further questions or problems, please contact our member service.
The membership subscription in 2023 is 23,75 e/month (285 e/year). Membership of The Unemployment fund for highly educated KOKO is included. The membership fee is fully tax deductible. YTY informs the tax authorities directly of each member's individual payments.
For new members the standard method of payment is 1 or 4 invoices per year based on your selection in the application form. Other methods of payment are listed below.
If you have chosen to pay your membership fee by yourself, an invoice will be sent to your home address (once or four times a year).
Paying an e-invoice is easy. You receive invoices in Netbank. All you have to do is check the invoice information and confirm it. Make an agreement on e-invoice in your Netbank.
In some companies it is a common practice that the membership fee is reduced directly from a member's salary. If this is the case at your workplace, fill out the mandate form and deliver it to your salary department. One copy of it must also be sent back to YTY.
Download: Salary mandate document (pdf)
The membership subscription may be reduced on application if the member has no earnings or equivalent compensation, for example due to unemployment, family leave, job alternation leave, studies or long-term sick leave. The discount from the monthly fee is 12 €. Membership subscription reductions may be granted for periods of not less than three full calendar months. E-mail email@example.com for a discretionary subscription rate application form.
Members who have permanently ceased working, for example due to retirement on unemployment or old-age pension, may remain in the union as retired members of YTY.
A retired member retains nearly the same benefits as a regular member. Retired members are no longer enrolled in the unemployment fund, legal advice on employment and liability and legal aid insurance. The If Leisure time accident and travel insurance included in membership remains in force until the end of the year when the member reaches the age of 68 years (coverage for members living permanently in Finland for more than 6 months of the calendar year).
The annual membership fee for a retired member in 2023 is EUR 72, invoiced in a single instalment.
An application for retired membership may be submitted as an informal written request by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The application must specify resignation from the unemployment fund KOKO as of the date on which retired membership takes effect.
“I would like to apply for retired membership of YTY as of dd.mm.yyyy. I also resign from membership of the unemployment fund KOKO as of the same date.” Signed with name and address.
A member who is temporarily living abroad and no longer covered by the social insurance system of Finland may continue with YTY membership in abeyance for a membership fee of 2 € per month. Members in abeyance may approach YTY for advice and guidance, and receive the YTY magazine at a designated home address abroad. Membership in abeyance does not include membership of the unemployment fund. A member in abeyance also receives a membership card that is valid for discounts negotiated by YTY. All other membership benefits are suspended while membership remains in abeyance. Please note that travel and leisure time accident, legal aid and liability insurance coverage is suspended while membership remains in abeyance.
Please contact the YTY office if you would like to place your membership in abeyance.
Your current YTY membership card is valid until April 2025. Keep it with you at all times, as you can display it to claim various member benefits and it also serves as an insurance card on holiday trips. The card also specifies the membership number that you need when logging into YTY member services online.
You can also download the mobile membership card to your phone at https://app.memberplus.fi/
Member+ is a member benefit service providing discounts on various services. In addition to the discounts and benefits concerning products and services, Member+ also intermediates vacation cabins owned by A-lomat.
You can apply for a discount when you can prove that the period that entitles you to a discount has begun. The discount criterion must be met for at least three consecutive months, which is also the minimum duration of the discount.
Grounds for discount are e.g. following: unemployment, unpaid family leave, job alternation leave and leave of absence (unpaid), full-time study and long-term illness. You can also apply for a discount for another similar reason and provide a suitable attachment.
Complete the membership fee discount application form.
Download: Membership Fee Discount Application 2023 (pdf)
The active PDF form can be filled in and saved electronically. Please include documents that verify the reasons for your application, such as a statement for family leave or full-time studies. Submit the application and attachments by mail to YTY ry, Rautatieläisenkatu 6, 00520 Helsinki or by email to email@example.com.
Read more about the KOKO fund and the compensations.
Be sure to notify us at once of any changes in your workplace or contact details. You can notify changes through our website, by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. +358 9 2510 1310.
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