Finland: Investment in staff training and worker well-being on the decline
A survey in Finland has found that investment in staff training and employee well-being is on the decline. The findings come from the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health and its annual survey on the state of strategic well-being in Finland.
Slightly over half the respondents considered their supervisor to have ‘good or excellent motivation’ in leading work-related well-being. However, only a quarter thought their supervisor had the skills needed, and as few as 12% thought their supervisor had enough time to provide any improvement in the well-being of employees.