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Short-term statistics on sick pay

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The statistics aim to illustrate sickness absence during a sick pay period, which is the period when employers pay sick pay if an employee is absent from work due to sickness. Together with the statistics that are produced from the social insurance system, the survey helps to give a picture of the total development of sickness absence. The statistics are mainly used by the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, Ministry of Finance and the Swedish Social Insurance Agency.

Instructions

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Date file description (PDF)

Time plan

The survey is presented monthly. The final date for replying is the last day of the next month.

Measurement month 2020 Last date for reply
January 2 March
February 31 March
March 4 May
April 1 June
May 30 June
June 31 July
July 31 August
August 30 September
September 2 November
October 30 November
November 4 January, 2021
December 1 February, 2021

Your response

The information is submitted every month via the website on the internet, FTP or in a form. The easiest way is to send the information in a data file over the internet. User ID and password is printed on the form or given to you when you contact us. The obligation to provide information for this survey is mandatory according to the Official Statistics Act (SFS 2001:99)  and Statistics Sweden's regulations (SCB-FS 2011:12). Consultation has been made with the Board of Swedish Industry and Commerce for Better Regulation (NNR), the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR) and the Swedish Better Regulation Council.

The information you submit to Statistics Sweden is protected according to Chapter 24 Section 8 of the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act (2009:400) . When the information is published, no single company, workplace or individual will be able to be identified. Information is treated according to the Personal Data Act (1998:204). You have the right to receive information according to Section 26 of the Personal Data Act and to obtain corrections according to Section 28 of the Personal Data Act.

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+46 10 479 60 65
E-mail
sjuklon@scb.se

Weekdays
08:00–16:30

20 June–16 August the phone will be open 08:00–15:00, closed for lunch 12:00–13:00.

Simple URL: http://www.scb.se/ksju-en