As a newcomer to Sweden, it can be difficult to understand the social codes of conduct that apply in the Swedish job market. So if you are born outside of Sweden, are new to a job and have a desire to be successful, there are some important things that you should learn and apply.
The online plattform Newbie Learn is now launching the web course “Business behavior: Accepted and expected behavior in the Swedish job market“.
It is not strange that newcomers to Sweden can feel unsure about what are accepted behaviors in the Swedish job market as the codes of conduct that you are used to may not be what apply. This means that “newbies” may find it difficult to assert themselves in a Swedish work context.
– Thanks to our course “Business behavior: Accepted and expected behavior in the Swedish job market“, you will learn what is an accepted behavior in Swedish working life and what expectations you should have on your Swedish colleagues and business partners’ behavior, says Julieta Spoerer, founder of The Newbie Guide to Sweden, which includes the learning platform Newbie Learn.
The creator of the content for the course is the journalist and communication strategist Annmarie Palm, who also coined the term “business behavior” in Sweden.
– Annmarie Palm has many years experience of lecturing and teaching on these topics and we know that her skills and tips she shares in the course will contribute to newbie’s having the opportunity to shine in the Swedish job market, states Julieta Spoerer.
By taking digital courses like these, you take your journey into your own hands and you give yourself an opportunity to better steer your journey as a newbie in to a Swedish job, workplace and career.
– Digital courses are an obvious support tool that allows you to take control of your own situation. You do not have to wait for help or for the cogs of administration to get in place. Here you get started when you need and can, no matter where in the world you are.
The ambition with the courses that Newbie Learn offers is that they should be easily accessible, simple and cheap. The course in business behavior costs SEK 399 and you can access it from anywhere in the world. It should be an easy decision to choose the course.
– To develop and learn good business behavior should feel like an obvious and simple part of everyone’s introduction to the Swedish job market, concludes Julieta Spoerer.
The training platform Newbie Learn is part of the The Newbie Guide to Sweden which was launched in 2015 and today has about 35,000 visitors per month. In addition to the courses on Newbie Learn, The Newbie Guide to Sweden offers over 800 free articles about life in Sweden. Here you will find practical information, support services and articles with a social and cultural focus written by other newcomers.
For more info contact Julieta Spoerer at email@example.com. or on 070-237 88 31.