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As before, NAF has informed that we now require Norwegian employment for our members with international contracts. This has been an important issue for us for a long time.
NAF has had a monthly meeting this week with the company and they confirmed that they will now have negotiations about this, which will happen in the near future.
NAF requires that our members who are international employees must also have predictability in relation to being able to keep their workplace in Norway and not that it is the coincidence of which rig one is on that should be decisive.
We have called for members who have had to leave Norway as a result of layoffs in the past in order to be able to pursue a case, but the exposure that would have entailed has probably made it difficult to get anyone to stand up against the company.
This time we have members who will do this if necessary. Here lies our Connection Agreement in the pot and it must then be assessed whether it should be terminated. This agreement regulates, among other things, these international contracts
NAF believes that now is a favorable time and hopes that we will be able to get a protocol regulating this. There will be several things that need to be clarified such as seniority, new hires, entry into force etc.