This week Statistics Finland published an online article on the critical workers in Finland. We take a look at what it said. This continues a conversation we started in March.
The 2019 Working Life Barometer was just published. We’ll see what that tells you about what it’s like to work in Finland.
In this blog, we review a recent short study by Statistics Finland. It reveals interesting insights into gender segregation in the Finnish labor market.
In this bog post, we talk about job hunting in Finland and the role networks play in that, what kinds of networks are good, and how you form them.
A new recruitment agency has been established in Finland. Pointer Pontial targets particularly immigrants. Here’s an interview of its CEO Johanna Korpia.
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.
Are you considering a job in Finland? Do you know how much you should be paid? In this blog post, we talk about salaries in Finland.
A new law defining working hours in Finland will take effect January 1, 2020. In our blog this week, we’ll take a look at some of issues covered in the law.
The Finnish labor laws guarantee those working in Finland a good number of vacation days. Most of those are taken during the summer and in July in particular. If you are working in Finland, better get used to work stopping for a whole month at least during the summer.