The cooperation between the various parties in the labor market is a prerequisite for ensuring that working life is orderly and without crime, Prime Minister Erna Solberg concluded after the summit on employment crime.
Solberg had gathered a number of ministers and senior representatives from the Norwegian working life and labor market,
as well as the police directorate and Economic Crime division in her office Wednesday. The aim was to take stock of efforts to combat workplace crime, as well as to look ahead.
Last year the government established three centers against workplace crime in Oslo, Stavanger, and Bergen respectively and they have also
decided to establish new centers in Kristiansand and Trondheim.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today