No employees in the municipality of Oslo are to be temporarily laid off

Oslo City Hall, Oslo municipality finedOslo City Hall.Photo: Norway Today Media

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None of the 53,000 employees in the City of Oslo are to be temporarily laid off, although large parts of city services are closed.

– “Oslo municipality has no plans to temporarily lay off employees. Initially, layoffs will only move expenses from the municipality to the state,” says City Councilor Raymond Johansen (Ap) to NTB.

As a rule, all employees will be working from a home office unless they have a socially critical role.

At the same time, employees in the municipality must be prepared to be used in areas where needs are greatest.

– “We have a close dialogue with union representatives, and focus on employees to ensure that we utilize the expertise and capacity in the municipality as best as possible,” says Johansen.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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1 Comment on "No employees in the municipality of Oslo are to be temporarily laid off"

  1. Corona: Foreign nationals who are in quarantine and who are NOT ill may leave Norway.
    Quarantined persons who are ill must contact the municipal medical officer or emergency medical service. Tel. 116117
    Foreign nationals who are not infected may leave Norway.
    Applicable rules are available at the following website: https://www.helsedirektoratet.no/nyheter/foreign-nationals-with-no-symptoms-of-coronavirus-infection-may-leave-norway

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