Executive Search Sweden
Find the best-suited executives through executive search in Sweden. Our team will work with you on defining and detailing the role and making sure you are fully aware of all Swedish laws and norms as they relate to executive hires. We will recommend the best approach- a full time position or an interim position - depending on your industry, position and timeline. Browse below our database of Swedish executives or contact one of our local recruiting experts about a specific search assignment that we can help you fill.
Executive Search to Find Top Talent in Sweden
We can appreciate how difficult it can be to find the ideal executive for your organization in Sweden. Let us do the search for you, within 7-10 days we will present you a selection of available candidates in Sweden.
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Labor Laws in Sweden
Hiring executives in Sweden should not be taken lightly, and you must be aware of the local laws and norms before starting the search process. While investigating the possibility of conducting an executive search in Sweden, it is important to gain a clear understanding of Sweden’s labor laws. Here are some Swedish labor laws to consider.
The majority of Swedish workplaces have collective agreements between unions and employers that regulate wages and working conditions, including health and accident insurance. These agreements also guarantee that the same rules apply to everyone and establish the minimum acceptable terms of employment in that sector. However, employers are free to offer better terms. Sweden's system gives trade unions an exceptionally high degree of influence in the process of laying people off and dismissing people.
Sweden is a major North European economy. In 2013, more than 123 SEK million were invested in Research and Development, which comprises a research ratio of 3.3 percent in relation to the country’s GDP, significantly above the EU average of 2.01 percent (2013). Despite strong finances, the Swedish economy slid into recession in 2008 and growth continued downward in 2009 as export demand and consumption fell.