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Employment conditions

Your employment conditions are regulated by three different bodies of regulations; your employment contract, legislation and collective agreements. Collective agreements are found both as central collective agreements and as local collective agreements. When you are offered a new position, have any questions about your rights within the framework of your existing employment, or are considering a new job it is vital to know the employment conditions you have and the conditions you should monitor.

Employment conditions cover a large number of aspects which may include: opportunities for unscheduled working hours and distribution of working hours, regulations concerning secondary employment, daily allowances, number of holiday days or financial compensation for medical care costs, parental leave allowance, occupational pension, employee insurance cover, opportunities for paid leave and copyright issues.

If you are a state employee, read more in the category statlig sektor.

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