Trust and responsibility

DNA aims to be one of the most desirable employers in Finland. The satisfaction and well-being of our personnel is one of the cornerstones of

We employ some 1,600 skilled professionals. We are committed to fostering employee well-being and providing our employees with an encouraging working environment that supports personal and career development.

DNA wants to be a great place to work, which requires a tolerant, non-discriminatory, and inclusive working culture. We have put effort into ensuring good leadership, job satisfaction and support of family ties. We have clearly been successful in this effort because DNA was ranked as the best employer in Finland in the large companies category of the 2019 Great Place to Work® survey.

Objectives and example of measures

Our objectives are:

  • Becoming one of the most desirable employers in Finland.
  • By 2022, 90% of employees will consider DNA to be a family-friendly workplace.
In February 2019, DNA was chosen as the best workplace in Finland and in June 2019, DNA ranked 13th on the Great Place to Work® survey’s list of the best employers in Europe in the category of large organisations.
We extensively develop strategic skills of our personnel.
Occupational well-being is constantly developed in various ways, such as paying attention to sufficient recovery from work.
At the end of 2019, DNA decided to implement a new kind of benefit to support employees with elderly care concerns.

New employee benefit for supporting older family members

DNA is the best place to work!

Flexible remote working also available to customer service personnel

Quality time with grandchildren on paid grandparental leave