Yle's key figures for personnel in 2020
Key figures for personnel in 2020 (2019 in parentheses)
2,885 permanent employees
at the end of the year (2,847)
average age of permanent employees (49)
in total in all employment relationships (3,304)
152 new permanent employment relationships
began during the year (146)
59% of the new employees
were hired to positions directly related to contents (77)
114 permanent employment relationships ended
during the year (146), of which 66 were due to retirement (59)
4,264 individual freelancers
worked for us during the year (4,319)
78 accidents at work
during the year (47)
of sick leave (24,359)
the number of sick leave days proportioned to the number of personnel (7.5)
the average duration of sick leave (5.3)
50% of women
in permanent employment positions (50)
The average salary of women 99.3%
of the average salary of men in the collective labour agreement area of employees in programme production, which accounts for two thirds of Yle employees (99.9%)
the average salary of women 97.2%
of the average salary of men in the entire Yle (97.7)
98% of the permanent employees
are covered by a collective labour agreement (98). The company’s management is not included in the scope of the collective labour agreements.
Remuneration at Yle
Remuneration is conducted in accordance with the remuneration policies approved by Yle’s Board of Directors and the ownership policies of the State.
The starting points for Yle’s remuneration policies are openness, fairness and productivity.
In 2020, a total of EUR 2,615,038 was paid in performance and incentive bonuses at Yle, which accounts for 1.4% of the company’s total for salaries.
In 2020, Yle paid the following performance bonuses for achieving the targets set in 2019:
EUR 229,837 for the Management Group
EUR 1,387,872 for other personnel included in the scorecard system.
Yle paid a total of EUR 997,329 in other incentive bonuses in 2020.