The table below shows the average salaries of some jobs in Finland. Please refer to SalaryExplorer for more information.
The employer payroll tax is calculated as follows:
The employee payroll tax is calculated as follows:
*(7.15% for employees of age 17 to 52 years or 63 to 67 years and 8.65% for employees of age 53 to 62 years)
Income Tax in Finland is calculated as follows:
The minimum wage in Finland for new and renewal worker residence is €1,211.
The employee must be paid monthly.
13th month salary
There is no specific provision of 13th month salary in Finland.
The standard number of working hours in Finland is 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week.
There is a 50% increase in wage for the first two hours of overtime and 100% for subsequent hours.
Number of public holidays is 12 days. The list of holidays can be found here.
In Finland, an employee can earn leave in three types of way:
The maximum amount of annual leave is either 24 days or 30 days.
Paid sick leave in Finland is for a period of 9 workdays during each working year.
The maternity leave given to female employees is for 105 days unpaid work which can begin 30 to 50 days before the birth of the child. Female employees are entitled to 8 weeks preceding the time of delivery and 8 weeks following the childbirth. Unpaid paternity leave is allowed for up to 54 days.
Termination in Finland can be done on a mutual consent basis.There can also be dismissal of the employee by the employer on the grounds of a justified reason.
Unless agreed otherwise in the employment agreement, the notice period is as follows:
Employees in Finland are not entitled to severance pay unless expressed in the agreement.
The probation labour contract is six months.