If you’ve been in Sweden the last couple of weeks you could not have missed the Swedish national teams successes in the world cup. We are in the quarter final facing the three lions tomorrow. Yesterday one of the most well known football analysts in the world came with a top three list of the
Swedish music legends Abba have reunited. Agnetha, Benny, Björn and Anni-Frid have recorded new music. ”We all four felt that, after some 35 years, it culd be fun to join forces again and go into the recording studio”, the group says in a joint statement. The Swedish superstars in Abba have recorded two new songs, 35 years
The yearly competetition where Swedish companies can compete to be the best employer in Sweden has finally ended and WorkInSweden can proudly present the happy winner of 2017 – Reliable AB, slightly ahead of companies such as Google and Spotify. Reliable is the best employer in Sweden! Top 5 Employers in Sweden 2017: 1. Reliable
Desmond Wong, 35, from Vancouver, Canada, designs ‘user experiences’ for a living and has had a few unique ones of his own at his company’s unusual office space in Bromma, Stockholm. “Every morning I get off the metro, shed a bit of my urban skin and enter this amazing creative zone in the forest,” says
What if you took a bunch of exciting start-ups and some of Sweden’s biggest companies and put them all in the same place? You would get THINGS, a brand new hub designed to fuse software and hardware and creativity with experience. The Local got an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour ahead of its launch on Thursday evening.
“Asking people to participate in unpaid job trials before they are offered full-time employment is a ruthless way to exploit them and the practice should be banished, writes Leif Håkansson from Swedish labour union IF Metall for this week’s debate article. “Try working with us for free for a week. We want to see what
Recruitment remains strong at Swedish companies as Human Resources managers report plans for a jump in the number of new hires, especially in the manufacturing sector. Unemployment is expected to dip in Sweden in the next few months, with new figures suggesting that one in four Swedish workers are based at companies planning to hire