Parental leave

Parental leave is a central part of Swedish family life. For each passing year, more fathers are taking leave to be with their young children

Parental leave

Parental leave is paid for 480 days, shared between mother and father, and amounts to a large portion of your usual salary. 60 days are reserved for each parent. This is mainly to encourage equality and shared responsibility. Fathers are also entitled to 10 extra paid days of leave when the child is born. Gender equality is apparent in Sweden. It can be seen out on the streets, where both women and men hurry to and from work and go shopping. It can be seen in the many prams being wheeled around by men, not just women. In Sweden household chores and caring for children are something that most families share.

Birkagatan

Parental leave

OFFICE

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Birkagatan 2
3th floor

Tel 08
info@

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

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12 träd om året är mer än inga träd alls.

FÖRETAGET DU BESÖKER ÅTERPLANTERAR TRÄD.

Eftersom vi är en del av problemet ska vi även vara en del av lösningen, därför planterar vi ett träd i månaden genom Stockholm C och Vi-skogen. När skogen växer renar den luften.

Vår vision är att bidra till att begränsa uppvärmningen till under 2 grader.

www.stockholmc.se

www.viskogen.se

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