About us

Updated 23.9.2019

The Work-Life Knowledge Service, which is produced by the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, gathers together work life data from different sources and provides open access to it. The service is constantly updated.

The Work-Life Knowledge Service website is a venue through which experts, the media, work life developers and other parties utilising work life data have access to reliable, up-to-date data on Finnish work life.

The service contains data that you can view according to your own needs as well as articles in which experts interpret and analyse data from a specific viewpoint.

Data

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Terms of use

Copyrights

The Work-Life Knowledge Service is intended as a service whose data can be utilised as broadly and openly as possible. If you have found something useful here, please go ahead and use it, as data will not wear out no matter how much it is used! To facilitate further use, each page contains a license under which the content of that particular page can be utilised elsewhere. The license is mainly Creative Commons 4.0, under which the text and pictures in the service can be freely utilised elsewhere provided that the source is mentioned. The text and images may be under different licenses, so the user must check the type of license in use. The copyrights to the content found on the website belong to the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health unless otherwise indicated.

Disclaimer

The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health makes every effort to keep the data on the website current, updated and correct. The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health is not responsible for any direct or indirect damage or costs incurred by the user from the content of the website. It is not responsible either for the use of the website content by third parties. The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health is not responsible for any inconvenience caused by technical faults or material published by outsiders and linked to the website.

User tracking

The use of the Work-Life Knowledge Service is monitored using Google Analytics. Google Analytics uses cookies to save information on the use of the website so the user remains anonymous. The information saved includes the address from which the user entered the website, the sub-pages visited by the user and how long the website was used. The analytics data are used to improve and develop the Work-Life Knowledge Service. If you do not want to be monitored by Google Analytics, you can install on your browser an add-on that prevents monitoring.

How to refer to the service

Below is a list of recommended ways of referring to the Work-Life Knowledge Service.

In text

  • (Work Life Knowledge, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health <year>)

When you refer to the service as a whole

  • Work Life Knowledge, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, <date>, www.worklifedata.fi

When you refer to a single analysis or piece of data

  • <Author> (<Date>). <headline>. Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, www.worklifedata.fi
  • Tellu Tuottelias (3/12/2019). Work and health are in substantial interaction. Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, www.worklifedata.fi