Norway - Agenda for social dialogue - April 30, 2017

Minister of Labour Anniken Hauglie said in an interview that she wants to change working hour regulations and strengthening legislation protecting whistle-blowers. Together with the social partners she wants to draw clearer lines for what staffing agencies can and cannot do, strengthen workers against work related crime. She invites Nordic colleagues to discuss what the sharing economy and new trends will do to the future of work.

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