How taking it outside is part of Scandinavian work culture

Many Scandinavian employers incentivize staff to spend time outside during their working hours. There are even tax breaks for firms that incentivize friluftsliv (“open-air living”): companies in Sweden and Finland can subsidize employees’ sports activities or equipment, while some Finnish businesses are starting to pay compensation to employees if they cycle or walk to work. But that could be changing in an increasingly global and digital society.