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  • Rahoitustarkastus; Finansinspektionen; Financial Supervision (1994)
  • Pankkitarkastusvirasto; Bankinspektionen; Banking Supervision (1990)
  • Pankkitarkastusvirasto; Bankinspektionen; Banking Supervision (1991)
  • Pankkitarkastusvirasto; Bankinspektionen; Banking Supervision (1992)
  • Pankkitarkastusvirasto; Bankinspektionen; Banking Supervision (1993)
  • Pankkitarkastusvirasto (1971)
  • Pankkitarkastusvirasto (1972)
  • Pankkitarkastusvirasto (1973)
  • Pankkitarkastusvirasto (1974)
  • Bank of Finland (2001)
    PERSONNEL AUDIT 2000 3 Introduction 3 I MANAGEMENT 4 1.1 Organizational structure 4 1.2 Organization 4 1.3 Strategic management 4 1.4 Personnel strategy 5 1.5 Performance discussions 5 1.6 Pay and incentive schemes 6 1.7 Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 6 1.8 Employee attitude survey 7 II STAFF AND STAFF STRUCTURE 8 2.1 Human resources planning 8 2.2 Forms of employment 8 2.3 Staff size 8 2.3.1 Concepts used to describe staff size 8 2.3.2 Breakdown of staff size by category, 31 December 2000 9 2.3.3 Total staff strength, 31 December 2000 10 2.3.4 Changes in operational staff strength, 1997-2000 10 2.4 Age composition of employees 11 2.4.1 Breakdown of staff by age, 2000 11 2.4.2 Changes in breakdown of staff by age, 1996-2000 11 2.5 Recruitment 12 2.5.1 Hirings and staff turnover 12 2.5.2 Internal mobility 13 2.5.3 External hirings 14 2.5.4 Employer image 15 III STAFF COMPETENCE AND COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT 16 3.1 Educational background 16 3.2 Employment record 17 3.3 Competence development priorities 17 IV PAY AND BONUSES 19 4.1 Average pay by organizational level 19 4.2 Average pay by job requirement level 20 V EMPLOYEE WORKING CAPACITY 22 5.1 Occupational health service 22 5.2 Work environment reviews and maintenance of working capacity 23 VI PENSIONS 25 6.1 Retired employees and employees reaching pensionable age 25 6.2 Pension fund of the Bank of Finland 26 6.3 Number of pensioners 26 VII STAFF EFFICIENCY 27 7.1 Use of working time 27 7.2 Extra and overtime work 28 7.2.1 Amount of extra and overtime work and related costs 28 7.2.2 Stand-by service 28 7.3 Labour costs 29
  • Bank of Finland (2002)
    PERSONNEL AUDIT 2001 3 Introduction 3 1. MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 4 1.1. Bank of Finland as part of the ESCB 4 1.2. Organisational structure of the Bank of Finland 4 1.3. Bank of Finland's personnel strategy 5 1.4. Personnel Department processes 6 1.5. Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 7 2. STAFF EFFICIENCY 8 2.1. Use of working time 8 2.2. Purchased staff resources 9 2.3. Extra and overtime work 10 2.4. Labour costs 11 3. PAY AND BONUSES 13 3.1. Pay and incentive schemes 13 3.2. Pay increases and bonuses, 2001 13 3.3. Average pay by organisational level 14 3.4. Average pay by job requirement level 14 3.5. Taxable fringe benefits 15 4. STAFF AND STAFF STRUCTURE 16 4.1. Human resources planning 16 4.2. Forms of employment 16 4.3. Staff size 16 4.4. Age composition of employees 17 4.5. Recruitment 18 5. STAFF COMPETENCE AND COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT 22 5.1. Employment record 23 5.2. Competence development priorities 24 5.3. Other professional development 26 6. WELLNESS AT WORK 27 6.1. Occupational health service 27 6.2. Physical training 29 6.3. Leisure services and facilities 30 7. PENSIONS 31 7.1. Retired employees and employees reaching pensionable age 31 7.2. Pension fund of the Bank of Finland 32 7.3. Number of pensioners 32
  • Bank of Finland (2003)
    PERSONNEL AUDIT 2002 3 Introduction 3 1. MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 4 1.1. Bank of Finland - engineer of stability 4 1.2. Organisational structure of the Bank of Finland 4 1.3. Evaluation of personnel strategy implementation, 2002 5 1.4. Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 7 2. STAFF EFFICIENCY 8 2.1. Use of working time 8 2.2. Purchased staff resources 9 2.3. Extra and overtime work 10 2.4. Labour costs 11 3. PAY AND BONUSES 13 3.1. Pay and incentive schemes 13 3.2. Pay increases and bonuses, 2002 13 3.3. Average pay by organisational level 14 3.4. Average pay by job requirement level 14 3.5. Taxable fringe benefits 15 4. STAFF AND STAFF STRUCTURE 16 4.1. Human resources planning 16 4.2. Forms of employment 16 4.3. Staff size 16 4.4. Age composition of employees 17 4.5. Recruitment 19 5. STAFF COMPETENCE AND COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT 22 5.1. Educational background 22 5.2. Employment record 23 5.3. Competence development priorities 24 5.4. Other professional development 26 6. WELLNESS AT WORK 27 6.1. Occupational health service 27 6.2. Physical training 30 6.3. Leisure services and facilities 30 7. PENSIONS 31 7.1. Retired employees and employees reaching pensionable age 31 7.2. Bank of Finland pension fund 32 7.3. Number of pensioners 32
  • Bank of Finland (2004)
    PERSONNEL AUDIT 2003 3 Introduction 3 1. MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 4 1.1. Bank of Finland - promoter of stability 4 1.2. Organisational structure of the Bank of Finland 4 1.3. Evaluation of personnel strategy implementation, 2003 5 1.4. Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 7 2. WORKING HOURS 8 2.1. Additional and overtime work 8 2.2. Holiday bank 9 2.3. Purchased staff resources 9 3. PAY AND BONUSES 10 3.1. Pay and incentive schemes 10 3.2. Pay increases and bonuses, 2003 10 3.3. Average pay by organisational level 11 3.4. Average pay by skills level 11 3.5. Taxable fringe benefits 12 4. STAFF AND STAFF STRUCTURE 13 4.1. Human resources planning 13 4.2. Forms of employment 13 4.3. Staff size 13 4.4. Age composition of employees 15 4.5. Recruitment 17 5. STAFF COMPETENCE AND COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT 22 5.1. Educational background 22 5.2. Employment record 23 5.3. Competence development priorities 24 5.4. Other professional development 27 6. WELLNESS AT WORK 28 6.1. Occupational health service 28 6.2. Physical training 32 6.3. Leisure services and facilities 32 7. PENSIONS 33 7.1. Retired employees and employees reaching pensionable age 33 7.2. Bank of Finland pension fund 34 7.3. Number of pensioners 35
  • Bank of Finland (2005)
    PERSONNEL AUDIT 2004 Introduction 4 Abstract 5 Personnel audit key figures 6 1. MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 7 Bank of Finland - promoter of stability 7 Organisational structure of the Bank of Finland 8 Human resource management evaluation, 2004 8 Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 9 2. WORKING HOURS 10 Additional and overtime work 10 Holiday bank 11 Purchased staff resources 11 3. PAY AND BONUSES 12 Pay and incentive schemes 12 Pay increases and bonuses, 2004 12 Taxable fringe benefits 13 4. STAFF STRUCTURE 14 Human resources planning 14 Forms of employment 14 Staff size 14 Age composition of employees 16 Recruitment 18 5. STAFF COMPETENCE AND COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT 20 Educational background 20 Employment record 21 Competence development priorities 21 Other professional development 23 6. WELLNESS AT WORK 24 Occupational health service 24 Physical training 26 Leisure services and facilities 26 7. PENSIONS 27 Retired employees and employees reaching pensionable age 27 Bank of Finland pension fund 28 Number of pensioners 29
  • Bank of Finland (2006)
    PERSONNEL AUDIT 2005 Introduction 5 1. MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 7 Strategy of the Bank of Finland 7 Management system 7 Organisation 8 Human resource management evaluation, 2005 8 Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 9 2. STAFF EFFICIENCY 10 Working hours 10 Additional and overtime work 10 Holiday bank 10 Labour costs 11 Purchased staff resources 11 3. PAY AND BONUSES 12 Pay increases and bonuses, 2005 12 4. STAFF STRUCTURE 13 Staff size 13 Age composition of employees 14 Staff by period of service, 2001-2005 15 Staff by gender and organisational level 16 5. RECRUITMENT 17 Appointments and staff turnover 17 Employer image 17 6. STAFF COMPETENCE AND DEVELOPMENT 18 Competence development priorities 18 Other professional development 19 7. WELLNESS AT WORK 20 Job satisfaction index 20 Occupational health service 21 Absence from work due to sick leave 21 8. PENSIONS 23 Bank of Finland pension fund 23 Number of pensioners 23 Retired employees and employees reaching pensionable age 23 9. KEY FIGURES OF THE BANK OF FINLAND PERSONNEL AUDIT, 2002-2005 25
  • Bank of Finland (2007)
    PERSONNEL AUDIT 2006 Introduction 5 1. MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 7 1.1. Organisation 7 1.2. Bank of Finland's strategy and management system 7 1.3. Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 8 1.4. Human resource management 8 2. STAFF SIZE AND STAFF STRUCTURE 9 2.1. Staff size 9 2.2. Age composition 10 2.3. Gender composition 11 2.4. Educational background 12 2.5. Length of service 14 3. STAFF EFFICIENCY 15 3.1. Working hours 15 3.2. Use of working time 15 3.3. Annual leave 15 3.4. Labour costs 17 4. STAFFING REQUIREMENTS 18 4.1. Human resource planning 18 4.2. Retirement of current staff 18 4.3. Appointments and staff turnover 19 4.4. Employer image 20 5. SALARIES AND BONUSES 21 5.1. Pay increases and bonuses, 2006 22 6. COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT AND WELLNESS AT WORK 23 6.1. Competence development 23 6.2. Wellness at work 25 6.3. Job satisfaction 26 7. PENSION FUND OF THE BANK OF FINLAND 27 8. SUMMARY OF KEY FIGURES 28 9. CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS 30
  • Bank of Finland (2008)
    PERSONNEL AUDIT 2007 Introduction 5 1. MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 7 1.1 Organisation 7 1.2 Bank of Finland's strategy and management system 7 1.3 Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 8 1.4 Human resource management 8 2. STAFF SIZE AND STAFF STRUCTURE 9 2.1 Staff size 9 2.2 Age composition 10 2.3 Gender composition 11 2.4 Educational background 12 2.5 Length of service 14 3. STAFF EFFICIENCY 15 3.1 Working hours 15 3.2 Use of working time 15 3.3 Annual leave 16 3.4 Labour costs 17 4. STAFF REQUIREMENTS 18 4.1 Human resource planning 18 4.2 Retirement of current staff 18 4.3 Appointments and staff turnover 19 4.4 Employer image 20 5. SALARIES AND BONUSES 21 5.1 Pay increases and bonuses, 2007 22 6. COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT AND WELLNESS AT WORK 23 6.1 Competence development 23 6.2 Research as a tool of competence development 25 6.3 Wellness at work 25 6.4 Job satisfaction 27 7. PENSION FUND OF THE BANK OF FINLAND 28 7.1 Pension fund of the Bank of Finland 28 7.2 Number of pensioners 28 8. SUMMARY OF KEY FIGURES 29 9. CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS 30
  • Bank of Finland (2009)
    Introduction 3 Management systems 4 Organisation 4 Bank of Finland's strategy and management system 4 Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 5 Human resource management 6 Staff size and structure 7 Staff size 7 Age composition 9 Gender composition 9 Educational background 10 Length of service 11 Staff efficiency 12 Working hours 12 Use of working time 12 Annual leave 13 Labour costs 14 Staff requirements 15 Human resource planning 15 Retirement of current staff 15 Appointments and staff turnover 16 Employer profile 17 Salaries and bonuses 18 Pay increases and bonuses, 2008 19 Competence development 20 Training 20 Research function viewed as developing economists' competencies 22 Wellness at work 23 Bank of Finland pension fund 25 Number of pensioners 25 Equality 26 Equality report 28 Summary of key figures 31 Concepts and definitions 32
  • Bank of Finland (2010)
    Introduction 3 Management systems 4 Organisation 4 Bank of Finland's strategy and management system 5 Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 5 Staff size and structure 6 Age composition 8 Gender composition 8 Length of service 9 Retirement 10 Staff turnover and appointments 11 Employer profile 12 Working hours and work input 13 Working hours 13 Use of working time 13 Annual leave 14 Labour costs 15 Remuneration 16 Pay increases and bonuses, 2009 16 Increase in salaries 17 Competence development 18 Educational background 18 Training 19 Research function viewed as developing economists' competencies 21 Wellness at work 22 Occupational health 22 Job satisfaction 23 Equality 24 Equality in terms of HR policy and operational equality 24 Salary equality 24 Bank of Finland pension fund 25 Number of pensioners 25 Summary of key figures 26 Concepts and definitions 27
  • Bank of Finland (2011)
    Introduction 3 Management systems 4 Organisation 4 Bank of Finland's management system 5 Collective civil service agreements and shop stewards 5 Staff size and structure 6 Age composition 8 Gender composition 8 Length of service 9 Retirement 10 Staff turnover and appointments 11 Employer profile 12 Working hours and work input 13 Working hours 13 Use of working time 13 Annual leave 14 Labour costs 15 Salaries and bonuses 16 Pay increases and bonuses, 2010 16 Increase in salaries 17 Competence development 18 Educational background 18 Training 19 Research function viewed as developing economists' competencies 21 Wellness at work 22 Occupational health 22 Job satisfaction and managerial work 23 Equality 24 Equality in terms of HR policy and operational equality 24 Salary equality 24 Bank of Finland pension fund 25 Number of pensioners 25 Summary of key figures 26 Concepts and definitions 27