Annual Report 2014

Looking after the personnel

At the end of the year, we employed a total of 23,289 people. Our average number of personnel was 24,617. A total of 19,250 people on average were employed in Finland.

Women made up 38% and men 62% of our employees. Our Supervisory Board has 12 members and our Board of Directors has eight members. The Executive Board is composed of seven members, and the Management Board is composed of 12 members. Our Board of Directors has an equal number of men and women as members, while men constitute the majority on the Supervisory Board, Executive Board and Management Board.

Of our total personnel, 81% are covered by collective labor agreements. In Finland, 99% of our employees are covered by collective labor agreements. The Baltic countries, Poland and Russia do not have binding collective labor agreements. The employees represented by the labor protection committee make up 78% of our total personnel. In Finland, the ratio between the basic salaries of women and men was 96%.

The share of the personnel within the scope of regular personal development discussions and performance reviews is approximately 3,100 people. The discussions are held at least twice a year. With the people working in production in Finland, the accomplishments of the previous year as well as the objectives and targets for the coming year are discussed with the working group once a year. In addition, a personal discussion is held in relation to personal development and well-being at work.

 

Personnel per country on December 31, 2014


Finland

   

18,025

Russia

   

3,063

Poland

   

575

Sweden

   

297

Estonia

   

399

Norway

   

272

Denmark

   

87

Latvia

   

186

Lithuania

   

250

Germany

   

106

Others

   

29

    

23,289