Norway -Wage deal for oil workers -April 02, 2014

The industrial workers struck a last minute wage deal, averting a strike that would have involved some of the country's top oil services firms, unions and employers said. The sides agreed on wage rises worth about 3.3%, which will favour lower paid employees.

The industrial workers struck a last minute wage deal, averting a strike that would have involved some of the country's top oil services firms, unions and employers said. The sides agreed on wage rises worth about 3.3%, which will favour lower paid employees. They also agreed on more beneficial terms for offshore workers and to negotiate new pension deals at a later stage.

English: http://www.rigzone.com/news/oil_gas/a/132388/Norway_Industrial_Workers ...  

 

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