We have reviewed a the revolution in the airline industry which makes that everyone can afford to fly, not just the elite. This would not have been possible without a number of new solutions were implemented. the
In the last week stated a unanimous Supreme court agreed that new structures and appointments within the English family is completely legal and maintain all rights for the employees. Still believe the Newspaper ran an editorial 15.December that Parliament must intervene.
the Premise for Dagbladet critical leader gets wrong when one relies on the claims that Norwegian will phase out permanent staff and base operations in hiring, as well as a fragmentation of the employee's right to information, collaboration, and empowerment. The supreme court has ruled that Norwegian has its on the dry. the
the Leader also refers to the Labour party's proposal to take up in Parliament that arbeidsgiveransvaret must lie with the one who has the real styringsretten. But this is already the case in English, according to the country's highest court. If the Newspaper still should have strong critical opinions about the model with parent and subsidiary in the transportation industry, we can recommend that you look closer also on public transport in Oslo, which is organized through the Sporveien as the parent company plus several subsidiaries that take care of the operation, for example, tram and Metro m.m.It is Parliament, not the Bjørn Kjos, who adopts the country's laws Head
We have soon forgotten it, but it is not long since most people could not afford a flight when they would visit family who lived a distance away. Several have credit for that prices have plummeted dramatically. the
When the Labor party sat in government in the 90's carried out a completely necessary de-regulation of industry that was unprecedented. They had a wide majority in Parliament behind them, but they stood in the first row to deregulate the entire market, along with the rest of Europe. Then there was the SAS and Norwegian, which in practice accounted for this successful and powerful forces.
There has been necessary for airlines to carve new trails in the labour market. As the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet writes: "To manage this development in a manner that protects the rights of employees and at the same time ensuring innovation and competitiveness".
So far, the airlines managed this.
Parliament that passes the laws that the Supreme court judge. But also the Parliament must take into account the international factors that govern this industry. This, the Storting has always done and they will certainly continue with. We should get more special rules in Norway in this area, it will quickly frame the Norwegian competitiveness. the
In this industry, it is very easy to move jobs from one country to another. None of the actors have any joy of that Norwegian workplaces "flagged out". Therefore, we must continue the current balancing act that so far has led to many new permanent jobs both in the airlines and not least in its ground services in Norway.