Job rotation may feel like a leap into the unknown – success depends on the right attitude and support

Heikki Kilpeläinen was looking for an opportunity to develop himself and expand his networks. He applied for a line manager position and switched roles within the company. The idea of job rotation felt nerve-racking at first but the employer's onboarding programme persuaded Heikki to take the leap.

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Job rotation is a new way of expanding a skillset – Orion has made learning on the job easy

Maria Ylönen has changed her role at Orion three times to build her competences. Opportunities for self-improvement are among the main attractions in the workplace, and job rotation is one of the best ways to support it. At the same time, the capabilities of the entire organisation will increase.

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Tomi Svahn monitors analysis methods

Pharmaceutical ingredients must be pure, which is why the washing of the production equipment is controlled closely. The work of Quality Control Chemist Tomi Svahn is related to the cleanliness of equipment and pharmaceutical ingredients.

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Developing competence at Orion

We want to be the best and most successful in our industry when it comes to promoting well-being and health. This means that we must continuously renew ourselves and improve as individuals and a community. Orion supports the professional growth of its personnel in many ways.

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Building personnel well-being

We work actively to ensure a positive working environment. We want to create a workplace with good supervisors, colleagues that encourage each other and an atmosphere of trust, because these factors contribute to well-being. 

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Orion personnel in numbers

Orion employs some 3200 people in more than 20 countries.

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