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Jobba i Sverige

Svensk arbetsplatskultur A–Ö
Anne Pihl & Sofi Tegsveden Deveaux
136 pages

150 kr

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This is the Swedish language version of Working in Sweden: The A-Z Guide.

250 essential Swedish concepts, events and insights, one for each working day of the year.

Are you new in Sweden or considering moving to this Nordic country? This practical guide is designed to help you smoothly navigate working life in Sweden. It is the book that has been missing to help bridge the cultural and language divide, explaining what you need to know what you can expect at Swedish workplaces.

  • Boost your professional confidence by familiarising yourself with Swedish business & social etiquette.
  • Learn about Swedish holidays and traditions and the impact they have on the business calendar.
  • Discover the underlying values which shape Swedish society and form the basis of unwritten codes and communication.
  • Fast forward your adaptation to your new working environment by learning about local habits.
  • Know your rights and responsibilities as an employee and learn what organisations and public authorities can assist you.

In a simple A-Z format, this handbook is essential reading for your first year in Sweden.

Sofi Tegsveden Deveaux

Sofi Tegsveden Deveaux


Sofi är författare, redaktör och föreläsare som undervisat i svenska som främmande språk sedan 2008.  

Sofi är tillsammans med Anne Pihl medförfattare till Working in Sweden: The A-Z Guideredaktör till Six weeks holiday och författare till Handbok i välkomnande svenska.

Anne Pihl

Anne Pihl


Anne kommer ursprungligen från Irland och flyttade till Stockholm tillsammans med sin svenska man och nyfödda dotter 1998.

Nu arbetar hon som som konsult i relocation och håller i workshops i interkulturell kommunikation. Hon hjälper sina kunder att finna sig till rätta i Sverige, baserat dels på sina egna erfarenheter av att vara ny i landet.

Anne är tillsammans med Sofi Tegsveden Deveaux aktuell med Working in Sweden: The A-Z Guide.

Said about the book

There is plenty of information, but it has also been written with a lot of humour.

Entertaining and important reading.

Maria Forsblom

Nyhetsmorgon, TV 4