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Human Resources

Human Resources is responsible for personnel policy, competence management and personnel planning practices, well-being at work and occupational safety as well as for the employer operations and the steering of the HR processes. The division is responsible for personnel development services and change assistance.

Human Resources has the following units:

The Availability of Personnel unit is responsible for anticipating the personnel needs and ensuring the availability of skilled personnel. The unit coordinates and promotes the development of the employer image, employer marketing, and recruitment competence and the development of recruitment methods. The unit is responsible for the coordination of senior management recruitments and for the centralised recruitment support services.

The unit consists of two teams: Recruitment Services and Promoting the Availability of Personnel.

The Availability of Personnel unit is headed by the Head of the unit.

The Management, Success, and Well-being at Work unit is responsible for management development as well as the development of success-oriented management and the tools for it. The unit’s responsibilities include the development of both management and the management of well-being at work.

The Management, Success, and Well-being at Work unit is headed by the Head of the unit.

The Learning and Renewal unit is responsible for developing managerial work and the competence of the personnel, as well as for the assisting services in support of the City change management. The unit produces education and coaching in support of the strategic renewal of the City, by using services of Stadin Akatemia.

The Renewal team is part of the unit.

The Learning and Renewal unit is headed by the Head of the unit.

The Work Culture and HR Data unit is responsible for renewing the work culture and HR data-based management. The unit is also responsible for the development and measurement of the employee experience, as well as the development of tools for developing the work culture. Regarding HR data-based management, the unit is responsible for the development of knowledge-based management competence and capabilities, and of HR reporting for the whole city.

The Work Culture and HR Data unit is headed by the Head of the unit.

The Responsible Employer unit is responsible for the preparation and development of the guidelines for the City’s employer policies. The unit promotes and coordinates the inclusion and co-operation of the personnel and the realisation of non-discrimination and equality at the City. The unit prepares the guidelines for the wage policy and reforms the methods for effective remuneration. The unit develops the HR processes, HR services, and HR data systems.

The teams of the unit are the Remuneration team, the HR Service Systems team, and the Employer Policies team.

The Responsible Employer unit is headed by the Head of Personnel Policy.

The Human Resources division is headed by Human Resources Director Nina Gros.