Two of the three employees in the municipal health, nursing and care jobs part-time. Now will A make the right to full-time to a mainly in kommunevalgkampen.
In the morning the voices of the Parliament of the three A-proposal for changes in the working environment act.
- To strengthen the right to full-time in the law is important in order to bring down the proportion of part-time. But it is not enough. The experience of municipal councils around the country is that there is heavy matter to reverse the trend, says SV leader Audun Lysbakken.
Therefore, it comes to get up heltidsandelen to be a case A is going to lift high in the kommunevalgkampen to fall, " he says.40.000 members
End to Christina Beck Jørgensen (29) in Elverum has long fought for more full-time jobs. Even she got stillingsprosenten its increased to 21.5 per cent after 10 years of employment.do NOT: Christina Beck Jørgensen dare not say no to ekstravakter in fear not to be asked the next time. As the former head of the union For the Young and the lokallagsleder in Elverum ANS she is happy that the party leader Audun Lysbakken takes deltidsproblematikken up in Parliament. Photo: Gunnar Ringheim / Dagbladet Show more
- I educated myself as end in 2008 and got a permanent job in the municipality in a 16,9% position, " she says.
From 2013 to 2017, led Christina Beck Jørgensen 40.000 members in the union For Young, where the battle for several full-time jobs stood high on the agenda. Now she is back in the job that end in a communities for mentally handicapped in Elverum municipality.
I am a union representative at the workplace and see it still as my main task to fight for the full-time jobs to those who want it. Several have obtained higher positions, although I have gone up from 16.9 to 21.5 per cent position, which involves an extra mandagsvakt every sixth week. It took me 10 years, " says Christina Beck Jørgensen.Ernas nyttårstale
- my Life is put on hold. I must say, I think it's quite hopeless. In the next month fill I 30. Erna Solberg said in nyttårstalen that Norway needs more children. But it requires confidence for us to put kids into the world. To have a part time position does not involve a such peace of mind, " says 29-year-old.
You never know when you are going on a job, you are depending on that phone call, and it can happen half seven in the morning, or at nine o'clock in the evening. It is impossible to plan for. During the holidays, weekends and on public holidays there is often a need for guards. Therefore I worked both christmas eve and new year's eve. I dare not say no in fear that I may not be asked the next time, " says Christina Beck Jørgensen.Crying on pauserommene So are your new everyday Newspaper Plus
SV leader Audun Lysbakken thinks the discussion about full-time/part-time is all about the quality of community care for anyone who is dependent on velferdstjenestene our.
Stable staffing provides quality and peace of mind. It is the single most important reason to do something with this. In addition, there is such as Christina describes very well that we in the Municipality-Norway today has a system that is rigged for the part-time instead of full time. Shocking much of this deltida is not desired by the employee. Very many want to work more.
I have heard so many awesome stories from the everyday life, where people crying on the pauserommene when vaktlistene come. Because it is they who decide if you have the money for bills next month. For me this is about respect for people who make some of the most important jobs in our community, " says Lysbakken.Handlingslammelse
He believes that many of the municipalities and the government is characterized by handlingslammelse.
- It is a mockery of the working people, " says A leader.
- Changes the present coalition government did in 2013 led to several got larger positions. Now want A to go further by introducing a lovparagraf about the right to full-time. It will strengthen the employees ' position, and will make sure to commit the municipalities to work for a heltidskultur, says Lysbakken.In 10 years, the number working part-time stood at a standstill. Now will the present coalition to take action and Lay the table
He is excited ahead of the Storting's treatment of the socialist left, proposals to strengthen the right to full-time in the working environment act.
- We propose that the employer hereafter must substantiate the need for deltidsstillinger. Instead of it being normal. At the same time, we want the state to ask all municipalities in the country to put on the table a strategy for heltidskultur and an economic tilskuddsordning in line with it, says Audun Lysbakken.
A grant 4.6 billion more than the government to the municipal sector in its alternative budget.
- Much of the solution here is to increase the grunnbemanningen in the municipalities. Therefore provides A more than any other party to the municipalities. This is central in making the tasks manageable and the quality of the services good, " says Audun Lysbakken and points out that SV has set aside 300 million for increased staffing and work full-time in municipalities.Frp: - Increased bureaucracy SAY NO: Erlend Wiborg (Frp), a leader in labor and sosialkomiteen in Parliament goes against the socialist left suggestions. Photo: Jon Olav Nesvold / NTB scanpix Show more
Erlend Wiborg (Frp), the leader of the Parliamentary labour and sosialkomité, facing on behalf of the coalition parties thumbs down for the socialist left's attempts to tighten into deltidsjobbing.
Proposals to SV has only symbolic value and will result in increased bureaucracy before the companies. SV also does not account of the fact that more people actually want to work part time and we need to have respect for someone in certain phases in life want to work somewhat reduced, " says the progress party representative.
What is important is to make sure that those who want full time and actually get it. I am therefore pleased that we have the modernized working environment and made it easier to get in place turnusordninger in f.ex. the public sector easier ensures those who want the full-time job, " says Erlend Wiborg.