In the letter, which was sent out in the fall and which Tidningen Ångermanland received, it states, among other things, that the employer was “forced” to hire new Swedes from the Employment Service due to a lack of drivers.
The site manager also writes that staff have, in his absence, spoken the original mother tongue.
“I cannot accept that nonchalance,” writes the site manager.
Staff who did not “make an effort” to learn the language risked being fired.
“During working hours at Taxi Härnösand, it is absolutely forbidden to communicate in the native home language! All communication must be in Swedish! Understood!?” ends the message.