"– Ovetskapen makes you are worried about, says Susanne Lindbro, business advisor in Malmö."
"Even before christmas there came indications that major reductions in the workforce was to wait at the unemployment office. Then had the office in Malmö just moved into new premises in the old concert hall – at approximately 11, 000 square meters."
"– We managed to enjoy a few days in our new house before the turmoil came, " says företagsrådgivaren Susanne Lindbro."
"She and her colleagues received the Wednesday varselbesked with a certain mastery, but no one knows what it will actually mean for the approximately 450 employees in Malmö."
"– There was of course some concern in the camp, and I think that it is ovetskapen that makes you are worried. We don't know really how this is going to land yet."
"Lindbro has been employed for many years at the authority and do not believe that she will lose the job."
"– But I think of all the young and driven colleagues, who may not have been employees for so long. They are of course at risk, and it would be a great pity to lose the skills, " she says."
"What's the big idea in Stockholm?"
"Mr Birch, the section chairman for the ST.-tray at the employment agency in Skåne, has been talking with many troubled employees during the day."
"– and most of them have thoughts on what this actually means. What's the big idea up there in Stockholm? What do the politicians with us, and you are experiencing may not always talk in plain language, " says Birch."
"the Staff has received the information that is at hand and during the day go managers around and talk with the employees."
"– of Course, everyone reacts differently. Our task as managers is to ensure that the employees feel safe in the situation, " says Henriikka Airaskorpi, acting arbetsförmedlingschef in Malmö."