Who would you give 30 000 euros to?
TEK and TFiF honour the best creative idea with the Finnish Engineering Award. Submit your candidate by the 25th of April.
There is no reason for salaries to be taboo
Salary transparency reduces jealousy, discrimination and unexplained income differences.
The right to unionise is at the core of a free society
Employees at Amazon's Alabama facility are to vote on the opportunity to unionise in March. The vote has been prepared in a disharmonious atmosphere.
Youths are unfamiliar with labour market structures
Half of those under 35 predict a shorter work week. According to TEK’s Teemu Hankamäki, youths strongly believe that working life will be developing in a positive direction.
New companies left without COVID-19 subsidies
The coronavirus also had dramatic impacts on consolidated companies.
”We should be doing the highest paid work in the world"
Cutting down on labour costs does not result in a competitive edge on the long term, says Teemu Hankamäki. Instead of reduced salaries, we should be talking about expertise and quality.
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.