Finns are afraid of making wrong decisions for no reason
Finns have something to learn from German work culture, says Andreas Kotzschmar, a German who has moved to Finland, and gives the slightly untalkative Finns some praise.
The salary gap grows on the way to the top
The median salaries of men and women differ. The median man earns 7 000 euros more per year than the median woman. At top management levels, the difference grows to 15 000 euros.
The employer may only process necessary personal data
The employer may not process just any kind of personal data, nor for just any purpose.
Transparency into salaries and their justifying factors
Both the employer and the employee benefit when salary-related issues are made as transparent as possible and the workplace can focus on achieving results.
Local agreement can reveal its strength
Employers are already concerned about local salary settlements. The concern is hopefully premature, says Teemu Hankamäki and explains how local agreement works.
The median salary of academic engineers exceeds EUR 5,000
CEO Jari Jokinen from Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK demands a tax overhaul. – It is not encouraging to see more than half of the salary increase go straight to the tax authorities.
92% of technology graduates would choose the same discipline
The satisfaction of recent graduates with an academic degree in technology with the university education they have received in the field of technology has grown steadily from 2016–2019.
Hankamäki from TEK: “Worst fears were dispelled”
The unemployment statistics of the Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland TEK show that the number of laid off workers decreased in November.