When the mind is free, work is meaningful.

It doesn't matter where or when you do your work, as long as we reach the goal together.

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If you are interested in DNA's customer service jobs or sales jobs, you can find them from the menu above (in Finnish).


The office is not important.
Life is.

We have long believed that the best ideas arise where there is space to think. It's not about where you do it, it's what you do. That’s why we are excited about future ways of working, where the common goal can be reached along many different paths. 

Even though we work together, we are still individuals. Some of us are early risers, while others are at their best when the sun sets. At DNA, you can work wherever and whenever you want: in a tree house, at the library, a summer cabin, the office, or any favourite place. As long as the goals are met and we reach them together, the journey can also be made on roads less travelled. There’s no need to ask permission from your superiors. 

It's not easy, breaking the rules and accustomed ways. But we have been practicing a straightforward way of working based on trust and individual responsibility for 10 years now. What we have learned is that no one should be left alone. We need encounters and discussions, as well as acceptance of differences. Who knows where we'll find ourselves when we dare to do things differently?

DNA’s CEO: “Unjustified lack of trust leads to unnecessary monitoring”

DNA’s way of work provides more freedom than ever before. 

One-of-a-kind and equal DNA

To develop our culture, understand our customers, and create even better services, we want to bravely highlight our diversity.

DNA received Pro’s Equality Award for its work in promoting family friendliness

“When the personnel is doing well, the company is successful."

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10 reasons to apply

DNA was named Finland's best place to work (large companies) in the Great Place To Work 2019 study. But what makes DNA such a good workplace?