The Finnish strategy for working life development challenges workplaces to develop working life from their own starting points. The aim is that all workplaces should achieve at least a good basic level, Following that, they can move on to the developer and frontrunner levels.
The three development levels help to evaluate the standard of working life in workplaces:
good basic level - this means that all the basics are in order and everyday work and attending to duties run smoothly.
developer level - this means that development efforts are initially carried out through separate projects and later through a versatile, systematic approach.
frontrunner level - this means that the workplace boasts excellent or world-class, operational concepts and workplace communities and focuses on the continuous development of these.