Salary is more than your payslip. Your employment also includes extra holidays, time off in lieu, overtime payment, competency development and much more. Use this guide to compare employment terms at both private and public sector workplaces.
Salary is a lot of things. It also includes employment terms and fringe benefits such as:
With IDA's guide to employment terms (Vilkårsguiden), you can view and compare employment terms at a number of private and public sector workplaces before applying for a job. You can also become inspired to ask for improved terms at your next salary negotiation. If your manager will not give you a salary increase, you can perhaps negotiate another improvement to your terms instead.
What you can negotiate about if your manager is not going to give you a higher salary
The guide is based on the salary statistics, in which private sector and self-employed members of IDA every year share data about their salary and terms of employment.
For public sector employees, the salary statistics is based on data collected from public databases.
IDA's members include natural science graduates, engineers, and IT professionals.
The Guide to Employment Terms was last updated on 7 December 2022.
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