Practical tips for helping non-Finnish team members work better
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Making sure foreign employees feel at home in their new workplace and country requires extra effort from the employer. This training gives you 5 concrete tips on how to help non-Finnish employees work better and feel happier!
To deal with an aging and shrinking population, Finland needs international talent more than ever. Once employed by a Finnish company, foreigners have lots to offer. Yet to make the most of their talents can involve doing things a little differently. In this training, British Helsinki resident and Creative Director Joel Willans shares practical tips he’s gained from 18 years as a foreigner employee and an employer of foreigners.
In 15 minutes, you’ll learn a selection of insights, tips and tricks that will make it easier for you to get the best from your new employee. This will involve:
- how to deal with language issues
- how to make the most of work cultural differences
- how to help your employees feel happier in Finland and at work.
Once you’ve watched this, you’ll feel far better equipped to get the most from your newest recruit.
Why you should watch this training
- You’ll learn everyday work issues unique to foreigner employees.
- You’ll discover simple tips and tricks to make things run more smoothly.
- You’ll gain practical advice on how to implement them.
The benefits of hiring a foreign employee
How to make a non-Finnish team member feel better in their job
Creative Director, founder of Very Finnish Problems, Ink Tank Media Oy
Joel Willans is the Creative Director at Ink Tank Media, a best-selling author and creator of the social media sensation, Very Finnish Problems. As a pioneer of content marketing in Finland, … lue lisäähe’s crafted content strategies for organisations as diverse as Nokia, Microsoft, Moomin Characters, YLE, Rovio, F-Secure, Supercell, L'Oreal, Sports Tracker and the European Parliament, reaching tens of millions of people worldwide. His prize-winning fiction has been broadcast on BBC radio and published in countless magazines and anthologies worldwide. In 2013, his debut short story collection was published in the UK. His second book, the bestseller, 101 Very Finnish Problems: A Foreigner's Guide to Surviving Finland, was published by Gummerus in June, 2017. The sequel More Finnish Problems: An Even More Essential Guide was published a year later.
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