Eva Nordmark

Eva Nordmark, Minister for Employment

Minister for Employment and Gender Equality

Ministry of Employment

"Everyone who can work should work. Matching in the labour market must be improved and long-term unemployment must be countered. We build the long term foundations for gender equality when its just as natural for children to see both their mother and father go to work. We will do everything necessary to combat honour-based oppression and men’s violence against women."

News from Eva Nordmark

  • Eva Nordmark discussed transition package with OECD

    Director for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs at the OECD Stefano Scarpetta and Minister for Employment and Gender Equality Eva Nordmark.
    Director for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs at the OECD Stefano Scarpetta and Minister for Employment and Gender Equality Eva Nordmark. Photo: Viktor Pettersson/Goverment Offices

    Director for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs at the OECD Stefano Scarpetta visited Sweden on Friday to discuss the Government’s reform for improved adaptability in the labour market. During his visit, Mr Scarpetta met with Minister for Employment and Gender Equality Eva Nordmark and representatives of the social partners.

  • Ukraine and the Swedish labour market

    Since Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February, the number of people leaving Ukraine has increased rapidly. At a press briefing on 21 March, Minister for Employment Eva Nordmark and Minister for Integration and Migration Anders Ygeman reported on what applies on the Swedish labour market for people covered by the Temporary Protection Directive.

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