Workplace environment

A Swedish workplace is usually informal. It is common for dress to be casual, working hours flexible, and discussions open, and people usually call the boss by her or his first name

Workplace environment

Swedish business culture can seem oddly relaxed to the outsider. Given all the meetings, coffee breaks, holidays, and paid leave, many are surprised by the fact that Sweden enjoys one of the most productive and innovative labour forces in the world. Swedish workers rely on a broad sense of teamwork and individual responsibility to get things done. In Swedish culture, it’s also very important to remain humble, show mutual respect, and always be on time.

Smålandsgatan

Workplace environment

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Smålandsgatan 2
5th floor

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monday–tuesday 7:30-22
wednesday–friday 7:30–23
saturday 8–23, sunday 8–22

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