Job satisfaction, well-being,
competence development


Good employer

In a time of rapid digital transformation and other changes in working life, employees’ core competencies can become outdated quite quickly. On the other hand, entirely new roles and expertise needs will emerge. 

Alma Media responds to this challenge by ensuring that its employees have a wide range of employment opportunities and that the diversity of the work community is systematically developed.

Alma Media’s responsible company culture also includes treating all employees equally and fairly, in line with our Code of Conduct.


Diversity Charter is a reminder of the importance of diversity

Alma Media has signed the Diversity Charter created by the corporate responsibility network FIBS. As an employer it has committed to develop the unique strengths of different employees and to understand their needs.

Targeted training to address actual needs

The fast digital transformation of media has brought new demands for employee training. Alma Media's response for them has been to create a new, more agile training concept.

Our goal is to have highly competent and satisfied employees

Alma Media surveys the trend in its employer image by means of a large annual employee survey and supplementary surveys.

In addition, we report annually whether we have been informed of any violations related to inappropriate treatment of employees, either by the authorities or via the whistleblowing channel available to the Group’s employees. The company has a policy of zero tolerance for employee discrimination and other inappropriate conduct.


More visible is more interesting

A clear employer brand is an asset, as companies compete over talents or build employee loyalty, highlights Alma Media's People Development Lead Joni Mäkinen.