Preventing employees from taking consecutive weeks of vacation is almost always illegal, a union says.
Finland's new employment minister says attitudes towards those with partial capacity to work needs to change.
The court ruled that the man was merely complying with directives handed down by the Defence Forces.
Smartphone solutions provider AAC Technologies says it will invest close to 9 million euros in research and hire up to 200 new employees.
Three city officials face labour discrimination charges after ending contract talks with a new hire over prayer breaks.
The new Finnish government plans to expand healthcare services, but faces an acute shortage of physicians.
Mitä kautta elämme, niin mm. siitä on kysymys.
Sairaalaan joutumista ei kait ole tapana toivotella erityisesti kenellekään, mutta jos sinne joutuu, kannattaa ottaa ilo irti!
Many companies say they still have trouble hiring enough qualified employees.
"This is probably the biggest case [of off-the-books employment] in the past decade," the National Bureau of Investigation said.
Government softened major elements of the contentious draft legislation in the face of stiff resistance from labour unions.
Saksassa on pulaa muun muassa sairaanhoitajista sekä it-ammattilaista.
Eksoten ensi vuoden talousarvio on noin kahdeksan miljoonaa euroa miinuksella.
Through his new lawyer, the Russian businessman behind Airiston Helmi has made his first statement since the firm was raided by Finnish authorities last month.
The district court ruled the university discriminated against a woman for being a mother and overlooked her for a neurology professorship.
Finland's print press looks at places with the most DUIs, gov't plans to make it easier to fire people, and people turning up their noses at Finnish java.
Health and social care workers will not cover their colleagues' shifts or work overtime if plans to make it easier for small firms to sack employees move ahead.
One of the government’s employment-boosting measures involves paying half of a firm’s payroll expenses – if it hires an unemployed person.
More than two-thirds of Finnish companies said they have trouble recruiting new employees, according to a survey carried out by business lobby group EK.
The government still wants to move forward with legislation to make it easier for small businesses to shed workers.
Nearly half of Finnish employers say they have trouble filling open job positions, according to a survey released Wednesday.