Sweden´s most used forms revealed

Sweden's most- used forms revealed Notifications of amendment for limited companies, contracts of employment and employer certificates are Sweden's most-used forms, as revealed in new statistics from Sign On, a Stock Exchange-listed company which has gathered together on the Internet all the forms used in Sweden. Authorities, the legal system, companies and organisations, offices and the public sector - in total there are more than 4 500 forms which are in everyday use and with which we all come into contact in one way or another. But some are used more than others, as the annual survey by Sign On reveals. Sweden's ten most-used forms: 1. Notification of amendment - limited company 2. Contract of employment 3. Employer certificate 4. Travelling expenses account 5. Invoice 6. Driver's logbook 7. Cohabitation agreement 8. Contract of sale for property 9. Bill of sale 10. Private car purchase - The list is based on statistics on the forms which have been downloaded from our electronic form archive, which is used by companies, local authorities and private persons, says Andreas Halvarsson, vice President of Sign On. The survey covered the period 01.07.2001 to 30.06.2002 inclusive. - Comparing the survey with those from previous years, we see that employer certificates are appearing on the list for the first time, which can be interpreted as a result of the turbulence on the labour market. Another notable newcomer is cohabitation agreements, which were previously a long way outside the top ten, concludes Halvarsson. For further information: Andreas Halvarsson, vice President of Sign On, tel: +46 (0)8- 555 290 07, +46 (0)70-545 95 95, e-mail: andreas.halvarsson@signon.se Images for free publication are available to download at www.signon.se ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker http://www.waymaker.net The following files are available for download: http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2002/07/25/20020725BIT00230/wkr0001.doc http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2002/07/25/20020725BIT00230/wkr0002.pdf