Thus far we have discussed the Finnish labor shortage from the employers’ point of view. This time we take a look at how job seekers see it.
In this blog, we discuss the thoughts Finnish employers have on remote work. We’ve looked at the experiences and views of employees before. Now it’s time to focus on employers.
In previous blogs, we’ve discussed regulations concerning working hours in Finland. Now we talk about Finnish working hours in practice.
In this blog post, we look at the financial consequences of career instability in Finland. We discuss the effects of career gaps on earnings growth and ask if job-hopping really is good for you.
In this blog post, we look at management salaries in Finland. We’ve written a lot about Finnish salaries, but this is the first time we discuss mangers.
In this blog post, we look at how the pandemic affected the employment of foreigners in Finland. This compliments our earlier discussions on the pandemic and the Finnish labor market.
In this blog, we look at a recent research project that focused on the experiences of unfairness and fairness in platform work in Finland.
This week the Finnish government published a new report on discrimination at work in Finland. We summarize its findings.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment published open jobs and job seekers in Finland numbers from 2021. We take a look at those today.
In this blog post, we look at the attitudes of employees in Finland towards remote work during the pandemic. Now that the national recommendations for working remotely are coming to an end, we ask if remote work is here to stay.