Membership that pays off

It should be easy to start, run and grow a business. A better business climate for a better Sweden. That is our mission.

The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise makes your voice heard

  • We make a difference for all businesses, irrespective of their size or the sector in which they operate.
  • We influence decision-makers and politicians throughout Sweden and at all levels.
  • We also provide the Swedish business community with a voice at EU level.
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Co-operation benefits more people

  • Working together, we create better conditions for our member businesses.
  • Our industry-wide presence strengthens our role in debate.
  • It also increases our influence over industry-wide agreements.
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Occupational pension and insurance: simple and cost-effective

  • Occupational pensions and insurance offer supplementary protection in addition to statutory schemes.
  • Protection that makes employers more attractive.
  • Membership includes discounts on insurance premiums.
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For members

Thank you for being a member company of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise. Together, we contribute to a more enterprising Sweden.

As a member company of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, you will get access to our database on salaries. This is a popular perk for member companies that have collective agreements via one of our employer organisations.

The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise’s Entrepreneur Panel makes it easy to get involved in efforts to improve the business climate in Sweden. The panel is an invaluable tool for the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise’s work. Entrepreneur Panel is only available in Swedish.

Information about membership fees

Information about membership fees

Membership fees are payable to the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise and respective employers’ and industry organisations of which companies are members.

Annual the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise membership fees are determined by the board of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise in December each year and are invoiced twice a year in April and October.

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Information about member invoices 

Information about member invoices 

As a member of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, you can receive your membership invoices as e-invoices, as PDFs or by email. Invoices provide details of your membership fee, the service fee and, in most cases, membership fees payable to employer or industry organisations which the company is a member.

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Submitting member details

Submitting member details

The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise and member organisations collect the information they need on which to base membership fees in January and February. Member companies provide these details using the www.medlemsuppgift.se website.

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Our EU Office in Brussels

Our EU Office in Brussels

The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise represents the interests of Swedish business and maintains a close dialogue with other Swedish and European business organisations in Brussels. We are also involved in policy formulation and in business’ work on EU-related issues in Sweden towards government, authorities, and other actors, including voluntary organisations.

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Want to become a member?

As a member company of Confederation of Swedish Enterprise, you make your voice heard.

Forty-eight employer and industry organisations have chosen to be members of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise. Together, we bring together 60,000 member companies that employ almost two million people. This gives us unique breadth and influence in our efforts to improve business competitiveness.

Each member organisation offers businesses membership with access to industry-specific collective agreements and/or industry-specific influence within their own areas. The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise membership is included as part of membership of our member organisations.

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How much does membership cost?

How much does membership cost?

The minimum membership fee is SEK 428. For companies with up to 249 employees, the fee is calculated at 0.077 per cent of payroll, minus a deduction of SEK 500,000.

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What does membership offer me?

What does membership offer me?

Membership gives you:

  • Access to local and national networks and meeting places with opportunities to participate and influence policy and decision-makers to create a good business climate.
  • Part of a larger context in which your membership contributes to greater influence in the debate for better conditions for businesses to run and operate in.
  • Access to industry-specific collective agreements via our employers’ organisations, agreements that make it easy to do the right thing for your employees.
  • Access to simple and highly favourable pension and insurance solutions for all employees, with the opportunity to take part in a favourable discount on transition insurance.

What are the advantages of collective agreements?

What are the advantages of collective agreements?

Collective agreements create clear rules for employers and employees. They make it easy to do the right thing. Through industry-adapted terms and conditions, employers have a set of regulations adapted to their specific business, rather than the laws that otherwise apply regardless of individual business needs.

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What is the Swedish labour market model?

What is the Swedish labour market model?

The Swedish labour market model is based on parties in the labour market – trade unions and employers – regulating pay and conditions in industry-specific collective agreements.

Legislation constitutes a framework, within which unions and employers jointly have a considerable amount of freedom to regulate, and in many cases improve, pay and conditions.

The Swedish labour market model is adaptable and creates job stability, security and participation in the workplace.

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How do I become a member of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise?

How do I become a member of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise?

Your company applies for membership through one of our member organisations based on the sector(s) in which your company operates. By joining one of our member organisations, your company also becomes a member of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise. Read more about our member organisations or submit an expression of interest (in Swedish) and we will help you.

The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise companies

The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise member companies reflect Swedish business life well. Approximately 98 percent of the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise member companies have fewer than 250 employees and 60 percent are micro-enterprises with fewer than 10 employees.

Elisabeth Sandberg
Ann-Christine Liss
Hanna Ahlvin Bodén

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