Mandatory pay board in aviation technicians strike

Mandatory pay board in aviation technicians strike

The case is being updated.

Labor Minister Marte Mjøs Persen (Labor Party) has called on the Norwegian Aviation Technology Organization (NFO) and the NHO to launch an aviation technician strike.

She must first call the parties before recommending or intervening with the Compulsory Pay Board in the conflict.

TV 2 feels compelled by the pay board to end the strike of aviation technicians.

Mjøs Persen meets with reporters at 9.30am at the Ministry of Labor and Social Content.

Strike: Aviation technicians organized by the NFO have been on strike since Saturday, June 18. Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB

Painting for the solution

NFO tells TV 2 that they are attending a digital meeting with the Ministry of Labor at 9.30am today.

On Monday it came to five NFO wants to provide a sketch Resolve Conflict with NHO Aviation.

They submitted the sketch for the contract by email to the NHO last night, but did not ask for anything from the NHO.

According to the NHO, NFO did not contact TV 2 on Tuesday morning.

Repeated mediation efforts

Mediation was interrupted in extra time as aeronautical technicians went on strike on Saturday, June 18th.

Aviation technicians want more than NOK 60 per hour, which is the equivalent of a 17 percent pay rise, the center of controversy. The NHO believes this is unbelievably high.

The night before Sunday, the NHO’s lockout came into effect, meaning the NFO’s 450 aviation technicians would not be allowed to come to work. Repeated negotiations and attempts to mediate could not find a solution.

Aviation technicians at the NHO Loftford and the NFO have not met since the last mediation efforts ended last Friday.

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