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hälleflundra rekord 2015 Sucheta Shrivastava has enjoyed her work in Sweden. She relates that her Swedish manager provides support when she needs help in her work or things like finding a flat. The team has worked well together, and with the customer as well.

aliteracja słownik terminów literackich Migrating to Sweden for this project through her employer has worked very smoothly, as she notes: “Having the visa process go smoothly is important. I had to apply through the company, and they handled the process. I am working under a Schengen visa since work on the project is considered business travel. My contract here is for 90 days. I’m still salaried from my Indian employer and am paid travel allowance for my regular expenses,” she said.

graman till häst From the heart of India to heavily forested Värmland ?- Ms Shrivastava calls Jabalpur her hometown—which with a population just over one million in central Madhya Pradesh State is only the 38th largest city in India. Madhya Pradesh, though, is the seventh largest state in population with over 75 million inhabitants.

ätit för mycket gravid Ms Shrivastava’s Swedish employer, Sogeti (a part of consulting firm Cap Gemini), has 21 offices throughout Sweden, and some 20,000 employees in 15 countries. The project in Karlstad lasted three months in which she led a team of Sogeti developers.

hemköp skanstull paket Her job includes designing the system, planning work processes, managing the team and maintaining customer communications. The project, for a Swedish paper mill that wanted system designers and developers consulting on site in Karlstad, was easily filled by Sogeti’s global employee network within CapGemini, where finding the necessary skills was easy.

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dra ut tand efteråt When the team worked with colleagues in India, planning meetings had to consider the four and one-half time difference. But this wasn’t difficult when most Indians stay at the office until 7 p.m.

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vad heter lura mig på engelska The project in Karlstad got her attention immediately: “As soon as I see an interesting challenge, I like to take the opportunity. Travelling to Sweden for work sounded really exciting. This was my first on-site consultation and I found it very satisfactory,” she said.

uppställning av minustal One reason for her enthusiasm is the feeling that everything is different in Sweden, adding to the excitement, she relates—liking the lifestyle, working culture, food and dress habits. And, she has tried to learn as much about Sweden as possible. “I would gladly guide my Indian colleagues in Sweden. I can give them a lot of information about how to collaborate and communicate in a Swedish team, and I can show them where to buy Indian food or a bicycle,” she says.

romantisk middag malmö She also highly recommends working in Sweden to ‘anyone’. For those interested, she can testify to how easy it actually is to work in a different culture, just come and give it a try. “You certainly have to work hard, but everything else can be part of the experience too!” She concluded.

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