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 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 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.
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, 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.
In this blog post, we take a look at some future short-term developments in the Finnish labor market. We focus on a few specific areas of Finland.