Azets Finland sustainability report
Our sustainability report is built using our own reporting process and refers to the GRI -standard. GRI -standard (Global Reporting Initiative) is a well regarded and widely applied sustainability reporting standard. Our sustainability report focuses on impacts from four sustainability dimensions and lists our efforts to improve and manage sustainability in Finland.
Do you have plans for doing business in Finland?
Expanding into a foreign country for business can be tricky. Reporting obligations, registrations and other compliance requirements can cause confusion. It’s often helpful to acquire a local specialist to help meet all the compliance needs and to explain basics of Finnish business requirements.
Accounting work is changing
Automation, artificial intelligence and their impact on accounting have been a hot topic for a long time. Bleakest estimates suggest that jobs in accounting will disappear when machines replace humans. Jobs will not disappear, but they will change – for the better.
Risk management in financial management
In a rapidly changing world, risk prevention and the anticipation of change play even a greater role, and financial management and payroll administration are no exception to this. Risk management has traditionally been seen as a technical problem that can be solved with different systems and technical measures.
What should be considered in workforce optimisation?
Every leader is faced with the same challenge: how to simultaneously guarantee the profitability of the company’s business and employee satisfaction. How to improve efficiency without compromising well-being?
Competitive sustainability: why now is the time to become sustainable?
Sustainability, sustainable development, corporate responsibility. These words have become increasingly common amongst businesses to display actions for commitment on becoming more sustainable. However, are the words simply buzzwords reflecting the trends or do the words actually pose some truth in them?
Frequently asked questions on Brexit: what happens after 1.1.2021?
The European Union and the United Kingdom have agreed on the rules after Brexit and transition period as a historical deal between the parties was announced. Despite the agreement containing some 2000 pages of details, many things will change after the United Kingdom is no longer a part of the EU.