yesterday came the news that the hotel chain Scandic nedbemanner. After the summer start the process that will provide 1000 fewer full-time employees in the Norwegian part of the Nordic region's largest hotel chain.
the travel industry is among the hardest hit by the corona-the pandemic, and yesterday's news is one of several signs that the crisis will manifest itself in ledighetstallene in a long time to come.The political situation Leader
To now have the solution for many has been to lay off employees rather than to say them up. Of the 277 000 in the previous week were registered as job seekers, were well over the half laid off. The same image stand out in the tourism and transport, where two out of three unemployed are laid off.
In the short term provides permitteringsregelverket great flexibility, and is beneficial for both the employer, employee and the wider community.
But like everything else good, goods nor the benefits of permitteringer into eternity. In normal times apply the scheme in a half a year, before the company must either terminate the employee or take go back.
the Reason is simple: Permitteringer provides enterprises with the ability to act quickly when the future suddenly becomes uncertain. After half a year is the outlook is clearer, and it is time to clarify the permittertes working conditions in the future.
During the oljekrisa was the scheme extended to apply to for a whole year. Now pushing LO, NHO, and several of the major employers in the hardest hit industries on a corresponding extension.
the Government keeps again, while the proposal has received support from the opposition in Parliament. On Monday this week it was also put an end to opposisjonens desire to cancel The summer vacation in order to deal with the matter.Turn On the LydErrorAllerede plus customer? Log into herError OPEN: English reopens 76 routes for travel from 1. July, both domestically and to other countries in Europe. Photo: the Norwegian View more,
We believe the government is doing right when it goes gently up. The current crisis is different than oljekrisa. The best outlook for a vaccine against the coronaviruset indicates that it will take several years before we are back to normal. It is also difficult to say what will be the new normal for the hardest hit industries.
On Monday, said Avinor ceo Dag Falk-Petersen that he did not envisage that the number of passengers will be normalized before in 2023 or 2024. It is a forecast that applies to several industries.
So long can't people wait to get back in the job, many have to find themselves other things to do. An extension of the permitteringsperioden now run the risk of only making matters worse in the labour market in the future.Cut 1000 - Heavy message You can send your article and opinion piece in Dagbladet here
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