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  • In an employment relationship
    On this page, you will find useful information about employment relationships and the rules of working life.
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    • For jobseekers
    • Finding a job
    • Employment relationship issues
    • In an employment relationship
  • Termination of employment and lay-off
    The Employment Contracts Act determines when an employer has the right to terminate an employment contract. A lay-off is a temporary interruption of the performance of duties and payment of wages but with the relationship otherwise remaining in force.
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    • When you work in Finland
    • Termination of employment and lay-off
  • At the beginning of an employment relationship
    If you are about enter into an employment relationship, this page contains useful information for you.
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    • Finding a job
    • Employment relationship issues
    • At the beginning of an employment relationship
  • Ending an employment relationship
    When the employer or the employee cancels a contract that is valid until further notice, it ends after the period of notice.
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    • Finding a job
    • Employment relationship issues
    • Ending an employment relationship
  • Employment relationship issues
    You have entered into an employment relationship once you have agreed with the employer on the work you will be doing and the wages that you will be paid.
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    • Finding a job
    • Employment relationship issues
  • Partial Decision by the TE Office
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    • For employers/entrepreneurs
    • Find an employee
    • Work Permit Services
    • Partial Decision by the TE Office
  • Change security for dismissed employees
    The change security operating model will offer you support and assistance if you are dismissed or laid off.
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    • If you become unemployed
    • Change security for dismissed employees
  • Job alternation leave
    An employee's job alternation leave is an agreement between the employer and the employee. An unemployed jobseeker must be recruited to replace the employee taking job alternation leave, but the duties don’t have to be the same.
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    • Finding a job
    • Job alternation leave
  • Work try-out practices and provisions
    The purpose of a work try-out is to clarify your career choice options or to support your return to the job market.
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    • Support for finding a job
    • Work try-out as a stepping stone to the job market
    • Work try-out practices and provisions
  • Voluntary work
    You may carry out voluntary work without losing your unemployment benefits provided that the work is in keeping with the regulations of the Unemployment Security Act, meaning that it is unpaid, of an ordinary nature and for the public good.
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    • If you become unemployed
    • Unemployment security
    • Voluntary work
  • Guidelines for Hiring a Foreign Employee
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    • Find an employee
    • Work Permit Services
    • Guidelines for Hiring a Foreign Employee
  • How to use the services
    Complete the following steps for a smooth jobseeking process!
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    • Information on TE Services
    • How to use the services
  • Working hours, holidays and legislation
    The Working Hours Act lays down provisions on working hours. As an employee, you earn annual holiday in accordance with your full holiday credit months.
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    • Work in Finland
    • On arrival in Finland
    • Working hours, holidays and legislation
  • Finding work or education with the support of a job coach
    A job coach will help you personally when you are looking for a job that suits you.
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    • Support for finding a job
    • Finding work or education with the support of a job coach
  • Application Process for residence permit applications for an employed person
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    • Find an employee
    • Work Permit Services
    • Application Process for residence permit applications for an employed person
  • Travel and accommodation expenses and travel allowance
    The TE Office may reimburse your expenses when you need to travel to look for a job or move to accept one.
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    • Travel and accommodation expenses and travel allowance
  • Summer jobs
    Every year, plenty of summer jobs are available for young people aged both under and over 18 years, and also for qualified adults.
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    • Finding a job
    • Young people
    • Summer jobs
  • Work Permit Services
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    • For employers/entrepreneurs
    • Find an employee
    • Work Permit Services
  • Support for recruitment
    The TE Office may subsidise an employer who hires an unemployed person who needs more support than usual to find a job, a young person, or a disabled worker to apply his or her skills in working life.
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    • For employers/entrepreneurs
    • Find an employee
    • Support for recruitment
  • When you work in Finland
    Familiarise yourself with the rules of working life in Finland.
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    • When you work in Finland
  • Non-discrimination and protection of privacy in working life
    An employer must treat employees equally. Employees may not be placed in a different position during employment or employee recruitment without acceptable justification.
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    • Non-discrimination and protection of privacy in working life
  • Living in Finland
    Getting to know a new country, culture and new people requires curiosity and courage. Find out what Finland has to offer you.
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    • Living in Finland
  • Support from the TE Office
    The TE services offer your expert assistance when you are looking for a job or considering your career choices.
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    • Finding a job
    • Young people
    • Support from the TE Office
  • Frequently asked questions
    Frequently asked questions about working in Finland
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    • Work in Finland
    • Frequently asked questions
  • Make an impression in a job interview
    The purpose of the job interview is to find out how suitable and motivated you are for the job. This page gives you hints about how to prepare for job interviews.
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    • Finding a job
    • Tips for finding a job
    • Make an impression in a job interview