Lärare och personal
Sick pay from day one
The Swedish government has decided to temporarily scrap the first unpaid day of your sick leave, known as karensdag. Scrapping the karensdag means that if you need to be absent from work due to illness, you will get sick pay from day one instead of day two. This removes an important threshold for employees with lighter symptoms to stay home.
The measure is in effect as of March 12 and will apply for a month and a half. If you have any questions, please contact HR Director Charlotte Celsing.