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Sweden: Group contributions do not disqualify from short-time work allowance programme

Sweden - June 15 2020 Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth released updated guidance on eligibility to short-time work allowance programme for companies…

Linnea Back, Mattias Hedwall, Alice Kuzmina.

Coronavirus - EMEA Quick Guide For Employers - V2 Now Available

Global - March 12 2020 Are employees obliged to disclose themselves as a "risk-factor" to the employer? Yes, due to the duty of loyalty, Employees with a confirmed…

Mirjam de Blécourt, Anna Borzecka, Johan Botes, Sebastian Burg, Nadège Dallais, David Díaz, Zuzana Ferianc, Margarita Fernández, Sertaç Kökenek, Margarita Kozlov, Elena Kukushkina, Monica R. Kurnatowska, Dr. Philipp Maier, Joanna Matthews-Taylor, Lina Nemchenko, Christiana O'Connell-Schizas, Dr. Nóra Óváry-Papp, Piotr Rawski, Dr. Peter Reinert, Dr. Steffen Scheuer, Antonio Luigi Vicoli.

The global employer: focus on Sweden

Sweden - May 14 2015 The relation between employers and their employees is highly regulated in Sweden. In addition to a number of laws affecting employment, many aspects…

Carl M. Svernlöv.

The global employer: recent trends and developments in employment and labor law

Argentina, China, Hong Kong, Philippines, Sweden, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA - March 26 2015 2014 was marked by high profile rulings and laws that had an important impact on employees and employers alike. Both the judicial as well as the…

Jonathan M. Isaacs, Pablo Lissarrague, Daniel Orlansky, Vivien Leigh Rodulfo.

Global immigration & mobility update

China, Colombia, European Union, Italy, Sweden, USA - September 30 2012 According to Swedish regulations, non-Nordic and non-EU/EEA citizens are in most cases required to possess a work permit to be authorized to work in Sweden.

Evelyn Romero Avila, Arsalan Labaf, Sarah Maxwell, Uberto Percivalle, Antonio Luigi Vicoli.