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Recruiting an employee

Remember good management practices

Good supervisory work

The employer, supervisor or other foreman is responsible for ensuring good management and the well-being of employees at work. Also give the personnel opportunities to maintain their competence.

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Updated: 21/11/2023

Changes during work

The company's finances, changes in workplaces and various events in the employees' lives might cause a need to change the employment contract or terms of employment. Sometimes you also have to examine the possibility of terminating the work.

Read more about changes in employment.

Updated: 21/11/2023

Termination of an employee

A permanent employment relationship usually ends in a notice being given or in a resignation. The employer may not terminate an employment contract without proper and especially weighty reason.

It is not normally possible to give notice in a fixed-term employment relationship.

A particularly weighted reason is required for cancelling the employment relationship.

Read more about the termination of an employment relationship.

Updated: 21/11/2023

Privacy and data protection

The workplace must comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the Working Life Data Protection Act.

The website of the Data Protection Ombudsman contains instructions on the processing of personal data at the workplace.Opens in a new window.

Updated: 21/11/2023

Legislation to be displayed at the workplace

The employer must keep several laws governing working life on display at the workplace so that employees can easily familiarise themselves with the legislation if they so wish. The material can be made available in printed or electronic form. You can also guide the employee to familiarise themselves with the laws on the websiteOpens in a new window..

Updated: 21/11/2023

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