all Over Europe takes place attack on jobbsikkerheten. Many employers prefer other solutions than a permanent job: Short contracts, temporary positions, use of companies who hire out labour, black labour, treaties that allows wage earners to self-employed persons, etc. In general, it can seem as though employers are using new technology, immigration, and the weakened role of trade unions as a platform for a new and more uncertain working life. The driving force is, of course, to assert itself in the competition and increase profits.
yesterday started a trial which largely affects the new løsarbeidersamfunnet where "masked workers" are increasingly common. The concept is created by Elin Ørjasæter and Linn Eldring in a book about this phenomenon. Specific trades trial of 24 caretakers who have sued Aleris Ungplan and the Boi, a company of Aleris Care Norway. The 24 has been associated with Aleris as the self-employed, but believes they should have been permanently employed as ordinary workers. In extension of this, they require 24 etterbetalt overtime pay, tarifftillegg, etterinnmelding in occupational pensions and other benefits. On average, require each of the plaintiffs etterbetalt 1.3 million. money.
Aleris reject requirements and claim they 24 even have the desire to work as self-employed, and that paid almost surpassed what they would have received as employees. The company believes that the trade union uses the matter in a politicised struggle against the self-employed and private providers of care services.
First day in court went to LOs lawyer very hard. The agreement with the 24 was characterized as rough arbeidslivskriminalitet, and that Aleris has turned back 100 years to a time when workers stood with hat in hand. On the other hand, the parade Aleris fresh around them with claims about what EEA law gives the company the opportunity to. It is reminiscent of a perfect storm where all the fear of the various consequences.
the Matter will take a long time , and we shall not predict any outcome. We remind you that Norway has an efficient and peaceful work life that is based on confidence, trust, predictability and ordentlighet. Strong unions, comprehensive and binding agreements and fair sharing of the added value is also a part of the picture. This structure assumes that the ground rules be respected and understood. We have no use for the smartness that weakens the social ground rules, and the Norwegian model.