Ministry of Employment

The Ministry of Employment is responsible for issues and matters concerning the labour market, labour law and the work environment. The Ministry is also responsible for the work of advancing gender equality and human rights at national level. Moreover, the Ministry is responsible for efforts to increase integration, combat segregation, racism and discrimination, and strengthen the rights of children and LGBTI people.

Responsible ministers

Eva Nordmark, Minister for Employment
Eva Nordmark Minister for Employment
Åsa Lindhagen, Minister for Gender Equality, with responsibility for anti-discrimination and anti-segregation
Åsa Lindhagen Minister for Gender Equality, with responsibility for anti-discrimination and anti-segregation

News from Ministry of Employment

  • Eva Nordmark takes part in EU meeting on measures for employment and businesses in light of COVID-19

    EU employment and social ministers took part in an informal video conference. Minister for Employment Eva Nordmark.
    EU employment and social ministers took part in an informal video conference. Minister for Employment Eva Nordmark. Photo: Government Offices

    Yesterday, Thursday 19 March, EU employment and social ministers took part in an informal video conference. The agenda included issues related to the socio-economic consequences of COVID-19.

  • Government bill proposes more equal treatment of posted workers

    The Government has adopted a bill to enable Sweden to implement the EU’s revised Posting of Workers Directive. The Government proposes a range of legislative amendments that will create more equal conditions for posted workers and domestic workers.

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Content from the Ministry of Employment

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