WORKFORCE DATA

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2016
2017
2018
Total
3,805
3,805
3,805
Male
2,240
2,240
2,240
Female
1,565
1,342
1,438
Total
3,805
3,805
3,805
Male
2,240
2,240
2,240
Female
1,565
1,342
1,438
Total
3,805
3,805
3,805
Male
2,240
2,240
2,240
Female
1,565
1,342
1,438
Total
3,805
3,805
3,805
Operating income before items affecting comparability (MSEK)
2,240
2,240
2,240
Female
1,565
1,342
1,438
Total
3,805
3,805
3,805
Male
2,240
2,240
2,240
Female
1,565
1,342
1,438
Total
3,805
3,805
3,805
Male
2,240
2,240
2,240
Female
1,565
1,342
1,438
The reported data relates to the period 1st January – 31st December 2018 and all data figures are effective 31st December 2018 for all companies included in the report. There were three assumptions made. First, for one company, due to lack of system in place, numbers for some disclosures were assumed. Second, for another company, due to lack of overview over how much, and what type of work is performed by workers who are not employees, it was assumed that no significant work is performed by workers who are not employees. Third, a company assumed average FTE 2018 instead of full headcount numbers as of year end.