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Healthcare in Sweden is among the best in the world, and it is mostly completely free to use for all residents. For care not covered by the standard insurance, employees contribute a maximum of SEK 420 per visit, up to a maximum of SEK 1,150/month.
In Sweden, employers and employees must both contribute toward employee pensions. Employers must pay 10.21% of employee salary toward pensions. This is part of the total employer social security contributions of 31.42% of salary.
Employees must pay 7% of their salary toward their pension fund, but this is almost always offset by a corresponding tax reduction.
Sweden has extensive disability benefits available for residents. Employers fund part of the disability payment via contributions to the social security system (included in the 31.42% contributions).
Employees in Sweden can voluntarily join an unemployment insurance fund, but it is not mandatory.
Your business can easily hire employees in Sweden without opening a local entity. We handle local employment law, complex tax regulations, and international payroll in 185 countries worldwide. All you need to do is focus on your business.
Mandatory or statutory employee benefits include:
Note that employees may need to offer fringe benefits or in-kind benefits to remain competitive versus local Swedish companies. Horizons can advise on the types of benefits employees in Sweden expect.
Horizons can cover any and all employee benefits in Sweden, in addition to mandatory benefits.