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18.09.20
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The government has issued a proposal to temporarily strengthen the existing system for short-time work. The new system means that the salary cost for an employee can be reduced by more than 70%, while the employee may retain almost 90% of ordinary salary.

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The Swedish government introduced a short-time work allowance program (‘korttidspermittering’) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, effective as of 16 March. Under that program, which is discussed in detail here, employers can reduce employees’ hours and reduce their salaries, and the government covers much of the cost.

The Swedish government introduced a short-time work Ceci est un lien allowance program (‘korttidspermittering’) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, effective as of 16 March. Under that program, which is discussed in detail here, employers can reduce employees’ hours and reduce their salaries, and the government covers much of the cost.

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  • In a new proposal from the government, the system for short-time work is proposed to be temporarily strengthened.
  • Short-time work means that employers can agree with their employees on a reduction of working time for six months, with a possible extension for three more months, due to the COVID-19 crisis.
  • The costs for such reduction are divided among the state, the employer and the employee.
  • Up to now under the existing program, employers have been able to reduce the working hours for employees by up to 60% and the employees receive 92.5% of their salary during this period.
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The government has been informed that the system for short-time work is being abused by employers. Because of this, extra resources will be added to control employers that apply for support. Inspections will be carried out by 130 employees from the Swedish Tax Authority. 

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Q. If employees can work from home, should they should continue to do so?

We have many clients that recruit foreign talent specifically because of the skills shortages in their areas, in particular within technology, AI and machine learning, engineers and language skills for region specific business development.

Q. If employees can work from home, should they should continue to do so?

We have many clients that recruit foreign talent specifically because of the skills shortages in their areas, in particular within technology, AI and machine learning, engineers and language skills for region specific business development.

It is automatically unfair to dismiss an employee for a variety of reasons, including: reasons related to pregnancy or maternity or family leave; reasons related to health and safety; for acting as an employee representative or taking part in trade union activities or protected industrial action; for making a protected disclosure; for making a flexible working request; or for working as a part-time or fixed-term employee. There is no qualifying period of employment to bring such claims.
Cod. 3, Art 4 — English Labour Law Code
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Authors
Bo Zhou
Bo Zhou
Partner - China
Fangda Partners
Anastasia Petrova
Anastasia Petrova
Senior Associate - Russia
ALRUD
Bartlomiej Raczkowski
Bartłomiej Raczkowski
Managing Partner - Poland
Raczkowski

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