In this blog, we’ll take a look at how employees felt working conditions in Finland changed in 2020 during the pandemic.
Last year our Minna Canth’s Day post examined the gendered effects of the pandemic. This year, we return to the topic.
The TE office is still an important avenue for employers to advertise their positions. Thus the annual TE office statistics give us important information about the Finnish job market. In this blog post, we take a look at last year and see how the Finnish job market looked like in 2020.
In this blog post, we take a look at what professions will be needed in Finland in the future. We particularly pay attention to what that means for the education level of labor force.
For a long time, discussions about the labor market have focused on the labor shortages in Finland. At the same, however, there is a large number of people who are unemployed in Finland. In this blog post, we’ll examine this paradox.
In this blog, we review a recent short study by Statistics Finland. It reveals interesting insights into gender segregation in the Finnish labor market.
This Thursday, 40 days from Easter, is Ascension Day in Finland. In this blog, we explain what Ascension Day is. But more importantly, we talk about religious holidays and their relationship to Finnish labor politics.
In this current health crisis that is leaving millions of people laid off or terminated globally, there has been an increase in interest in trade union membership. The same trend is also visible in Finland. In our blog this week, we talk about labor unions in Finland, their membership, and particularly about unemployment funds associated with them.
Due to the Corona virus, companies are preparing for layoffs in Finland. In our blog post this week, we explain what the law says about the process.
March 19 in Minna Canth’s Day in Finland. On this day, we celebrate Minna Canth and gender equality. Today in our blog we take a brief look at how the current Coronavirus measures can effect the different genders due to the heavy gender segregation of the Finnish labor market.