Our people and culture
Wärtsilä culture is a unique fusion of people working in over 70 countries around the world. Our values “Energy, Excellence and Excitement” are strengthened by this diversity. That is why we value people from diverse backgrounds
to work at Wärtsilä.
Having the right competencies available at the right time around the globe, and being able to continuously adapt to a changing business environment, are critical success factors for Wärtsilä.
Wärtsilä strives to recruit and engage qualified people with talent and ability - people who capture opportunities and make things happen. We foster openness, respect and trust. We develop and train our employees and then give them the opportunity
to succeed. We're committed to making Wärtsilä a place where all employees have the chance to show their best and make a career. This approach enables Wärtsilä to do things better than anyone else in our industry.
Equal Opportunities & Fair Employment Practices
Wärtsilä is committed to foster equal opportunities in employment in which individuals are selected and treated on the basis of their job relevant merits and abilities and are given equal opportunities within Wärtsilä Group.
Wärtsilä supports and respects the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights, as defined in the United Nation’s Universal Declaration on Human Rights, ILO standards, and UN Global Compact principles. We do not accept
any form of forced and compulsory labour or the use of child labour.
Wärtsilä complies with local legislation, regulations and agreements concerning human rights, employment and equal opportunities, including all laws pertaining employee data privacy, immigration, working time, wages and hours and employment
discrimination. Temporary and part time employees are offered the same benefits as permanent employees according to local legislation and collective agreements.
Wärtsilä applies European Union directives, local acts of cooperation in the companies and corporations, collective agreements, and equivalent regulations concerning consultation and local bargaining.