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Information for students and staff about the coronavirus

Information on the coronavirus in relation to Stockholm University's activities is updated continuously.

Change your Zoom settings for an improved security. Photo: Diana Eller © Mostphotos

Learn how to improve the security and integrity of Zoom

Did you know that if you change the settings of your e-meeting service Zoom, you can improve the security and functionality of your e-meetings, lectures and video-conferences? Learn how to do it properly. 

Many IMS employees are currently working from home. Photo: Artur Szczybylo © Mostphotos

Create a good remote work environment

Being a remote employee can sometimes be quite challenging. This is what you need to think about when you create your own remote work environment. 

The government has temporarily removed the first day of unpaid sick leave. Photo: Syda Productions

Information on sick leave for the coronavirus

Information about the new rules concerning sick leave due to the coronavirus. The Swedish government has temporarily removed the “karensavdrag”, the first day of unpaid sick leave, as of 11 March due to the coronavirus. 

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University Staff News

Read more staff news for Stockholm University employees here.

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Staff Magazine Universitetsnytt

The Stockholm University staff magazine Universitetsnytt includes 2 or sometimes 3 or more pages in English, while the rest of the magazine is in Swedish.

Accomodation for visiting researchers

Once you have decided to visit Stockholm University for your research, it is a good idea to start looking for somewhere to live as soon as possible. Stockholm University lets and manages a number of furnished rooms and flats owned by other landlords in Stockholm. These are available to foreign researchers with a doctoral degree and doctoral candidates at Stockholm University.

Employee information in English

Stockholm University has an English web page dedicated to its staff. Employee information in English Stockholm University has an English web page dedicated to its staff.

Illness and medical treatment

If you are absent due to illness for more than seven calendar days in a row, you are required to submit a doctor’s certificate to your department, centre, etc. Under certain circumstances a doctor’s certificate can be required for a shorter period of absence due to illness. Our HR system Primula is used for reporting leave of absence due to illness.

IMS Research Database

Remember to update your personal profile in the IMS Research Database. You log in here and can use the Swedish help guide to get started. If you need any editorial advice for the please contact the Communications Officer and for technical assistance our inhouse ICT department. Don't forget to also register your publications in publishing system The Digital Academic Archive, DiVA.

Vacation

The calendar year is the qualifying period for vacation. You receive paid vacation for the time that corresponds to your work during the calendar year. You must take paid vacation before unpaid leave; you can refrain from taking unpaid leave.

New bank for payment of wages

From April 2017 Stockholm University switches to Danske Bank to carry out salary payments.

You and your workplace

An overview of the terms of employment at Stockholm University, including changes up until March 2016. Here you will find our general rules, working hours, illness and medical treatment, leave, vacation and insurances.

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