Work in the happiest country in the world

Work in Finland

The employment agency Kipinä Oy was established in 2010. Throughout our existence and activity, we have been focused on providing foreign work power in Finland. Currently we have partners in Slovakia, Macedonia, Romania and Latvia, as well as our own recruitment and employment agency in Poland, Ilves Sp. z o.o and in Bulgaria, Kipina BG DOO.

Fair rental employment

Kipinä is a member of the Henkilöstöpalveluyritysten Liitto HPL (Association of Personnel Service Companies). This reflects Kipinä’s responsibility as a partner that always acts in accordance with applicable law. As a result, employing through Kipinä is always fair to both the employee and the company using rental manpower. We always strive to serve both our customers and our employees in their own language, so that cooperation between the customer and the employee is as smooth as possible.

About Finland

Finland offers really good working conditions for the employees. This is one of the main reasons why people choose to work in Finland. Regular working hours are usually at most 8 per day and 40 per week. Finland pays a lot of attention to equality and cooperation at the working place. Comparing to other countries, Finland is ranked very high in terms of safety, low- hierarchy and high autonomy of employees. Finland is also a good place for those who want to improve themselves and get additional education. Employers tend to invest in their employees and encourage those who wish to improve their skills and knowledge.

Are you looking for work in Finland?

This link takes you to our open jobs site.

Open jobs

Kipinä is always fair to both the employee and the employer.

Stanimir is employee of the month
Niemen Tehtaat (Niemi Factory) is a family company from Pirkanmaa, located in Sastamala, Southern Finland. The company has been manufacturing wooden furniture for more than 120 years. Stanimir Kostov, a CNC carpenter from Bulgaria, was elected as the first ever employee of the month. Watch Stanimir’s thoughts in the video below.

Kipinä and Covid-19
To avoid Covid-19, we follow instructions from authorities and The Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL). You can get more specific instructions from us.
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