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The majority considers leadership in social welfare and health care to be coaching. Browse the results of the Mitä kuuluu? survey regarding leadership and supervisory work.
The survey provides information about the phenomena, demands and trends of workplaces related to occupational safety and health.
Psychosocial stress factors are identified, but their management is perceived as challenging.
Which different factors contribute to the frequency of different occupational diseases? How are these diseases spread geographically? FIOH's statistics provide interesting insight into the matter.
Monitoring the stressfulness of working time is the basis for further development of working time.
The matrix includes occupation-specific estimates about the number of exposed persons and their exposure levels. Estimates spanning various periods are presented for work-related chemical and physical exposure agents in the matrix
The material compiled from the occupational safety and health authority's enforcement data system Vera contains information about the occupational safety and health inspections carried out in Finland in 2017-2022 and matters inspected during them.
The study examines changes in commuting and traffic emissions in the municipal sector in 2020 and 2022.
The study examines the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on municipal sector work based on a survey conducted in 2022.
The Working Life Barometer includes a question on how often the respondent has feelings related to occupational burnout or harmful stress in their work.
Employees' experiences on workplaces' sustainability measures were surveyed for the first time
The survey provides an updated overview of the work, well-being at work and competence of employees in the private service sector in the early 2020s.
More than half of the workplaces have agreed on basic rules regarding work outside the workplace
How is the industrial sector, gender, age, level of education, mode of employment or position linked to work engagement, job satisfaction, job boredom, work addiction, job burnout or work ability? View the results based on the “How are you feeling?” well-being at work test data.
According to the 2021 Occupational Safety and Health Panel, approximately every second workplace has recognized the effects of climate change at the workplace, but they have not been dealt with from the point of view of occupational safety
Respiratory diseases were the most common reason for short sickness absence in all of the six sectors studied. Browse and compare, for example, the second and third most common reasons for absences in different sectors and how they are distributed at an annual or weekly level.
In 2017–2019, the short sickness absences of substitutes in the health and social services sector settled at the level of 3–5%. The year 2020 was exceptional as the number of short sickness absences of substitutes exceeded that of permanent employees.
Results of the Kunta10 study from the year 2020 according to effects of COVID-19
The occupational safety and health panel provides information about how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the workplace and how successfully the situation has been managed.