Solita receives the Good Working Environment award

Published 20 Dec 2023

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Photo by Arno Mikkor. In the photo: Estonian Minister of Economic Affairs and Information Technology Tiit Riisalo, Labour Inspectorate Director General Kaire Saarep, and Maarika Pukspuu, Solita’s People & Culture lead in Estonia.

The Labor Inspectorate of Estonia has awarded Solita as the Good Working Environment of the year 2023. The fast-growing technology, data, and design company Solita has received several recognitions as an employer this year.

The annual award is given by the Labor Inspectorate of Estonia to recognize companies that have managed to develop a good working environment. The winners of 2023 were Solita OÜ and Fujitsu Estonia AS. The award was presented by Tiit Riisalo, Minister of Economic Affairs and Information Technology in Estonia.

Solita OÜ won the award in the category of small companies for developing the company’s work environment and culture systematically, and for making a constant effort to support the mental health of employees.

“Everyone at Solita is committed to creating a humane workplace – supporting the work-life balance, mental health, and community feeling of our team. We are very proud that this work is recognised and awarded”, said Country Director Märt Ridala who heads Solita’s operations in Estonia.

“Creating a successful company equals building a community where our people can thrive. We will continue pioneering modern ways to support our people and develop better well-being at work”, commented Maarika Pukspuu, People & Culture Lead for Solita in Estonia.

The earlier receivers of the award include, for example, Ericsson Eesti (2020), ABB AS and AS Elcogen (2021), Bondora Group AS and Interconnect Product Assembly AS (2022). You can read more about the award here.

Several acknowledgements for Solita for being a great place to work

Earlier this year, the global WomenTech Network named Solita the world’s third-best workplace for women in the Women in Tech Global Awards. The company also received recognition for being the Most Human-Centric Work Community and was ranked in the top 10 most wanted employers in Finland.

The technology, data, and design company Solita has continued to grow profitably and currently employs over 2,000 digital transformation professionals in Finland, Estonia, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Poland, and Germany.

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For more information

Solita, Country Director Märt Ridala, +372 513 4833, [email protected]

Solita, People & Culture Lead Maarika Pukspuu, +372 5308 4040, [email protected]

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