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.
This week we return to the issue of diversity in the boards of publicly-traded companies in Finland with some new information. We did some number crunching ourselves to look at gender, age, education, and nationality diversity in the boards of two different groups of publicly-traded companies in Finland.
In this blog post, we take a look at the demographics of those who are sitting on company boards in Finland. We focus on age and gender.
In this blog post, we summarize a recent research publication by Susanna Bairoh and Sanna Putila. In it, they look at gender discrimination in technical professions in Finland. The research is based on surveys of TEK members.
In this blog post, we discuss what a recent research publication says about the effects of the Corona pandemic on the social relationships at Finnish workplaces.
In this blog post, we look at some legislative and other changes in Finland in 2022. Some of these will have a direct impact on your wallet. Some won’t have such immediate impact on your life but are important nevertheless.
The very first wellbeing service county elections in Finland will be held in January 2022. In this blog post, we explain what those wellbeing service counties are and why these elections are important. We also tell you about the right to vote and give you links to candidate information.
In this blog post, we look at some very recent changes in the Finnish rental market. We focus especially on the capital region.
In this blog, we look at recent data on employment after graduation in Finland. We look, for example, at employment rates. We also talk about if and where graduates moved to after their graduation.
In this blog, we look at the occupations that were the hardest hit by the pandemic in Finland in 2020. We discuss furlough stats specifically but also mention some general unemployment stats.