Our operationsFreedom of choice in care is an important social question

Freedom of choice in care is an important social question

With about 50 subsidiaries, Team Olivia is contributing to the freedom of choice and diversity that we believe help to develop the best care.

Stakeholder dialogues

Team Olivia’s stakeholders exist throughout society, which requires an open dialogue and cooperation with those directly and indirectly affected by our operations. The most important stakeholders are the customers we provide care and their related. Our key stakeholders include the municipalities and authorities that are our customers, our employees, politicians, owners and potential acquisition candidates.

Freedom of choice and diversity

With about 50 subsidiaries, Team Olivia is contributing to the freedom of choice and diversity that we believe help to develop the best care. Within all subsidiaries, we make efforts to promote well-being, irrespective of whether this relates to work with individuals that have physical functional impairments, psychosocial problems, age-related functional impairments or addiction problems. Team Olivia is meeting the growing demand for nursing and care that exists today and is building long-term relationships with municipalities and other clients. Long-term growth and profitability enable us to make investments in the care services of the future while we are also an important and financially stable employer.

Environmental responsibility

We work for increased environmental awareness throughout our operations, mainly through our various companies reducing their environmental impact in areas such as transport, energy and resource consumption and procurement. We choose to primarily use phone and video meetings instead of physical meetings and our home care staff using cars with less environmental impact. Team Olivia also complies with current environmental legislation and other applicable norms and regulations that affect human impact on the environment. We also work proactively with the work environment for our employees.

Business ethics and profitability

Growth and profitability do not just mean continued investments in care and more job opportunities but also generate increased tax revenue for our common welfare services. We are very careful to ensure that Team Olivia’s operations are conducted in accordance with good business practice and that we maintain a high level of ethics in everything we do. We also follow Vårdföretagarna’s Code of Ethic.

Social commitment

Our subsidiaries participate in a large number of local initiatives with a strong link to the local operations. These projects and initiatives aim to create added value for customers and employees, and also to contribute to social progress. Examples of initiatives include employment projects for young people in HVB units aimed at engaging with young people and improving possibilities for schooling, training places or employment. A large number of sports initiatives for people with functional impairments are also ongoing in close cooperation with various local associations.