Visma Advokater har byttet navn til Magnus Legal etter at Visma solgte BPO-divisjonen i 2016.
In 2017 Visma Advokater changed name to Magnus Legal, as a result of the sale of the BPO Division from Visma in 2016.
It can be challenging to relate to the Norwegian regulations. Ask us for advice.
Labour law, also referred to as employment law, governs the rights and duties between employers and employees. As in other countries, the Norwegian labour law aims to secure safe and healthy employments, and even out the power balance in the relationship between the employer and the employee. The power balance is continuously debated in Norway and is almost daily subject to attention from the Norwegian media and politicians.
Many Norwegian employers find it difficult to relate to the extensive and mandatory protection employees are given according to the Norwegian labour law. Especially in today’s market were oil prices are falling, and there is a general need for more flexibility and cost awareness in employments. For foreign employers, it could be even harder to relate to Norwegian labour law, including understanding the mandatory system for holiday and holiday pay, and to comply with strict regulations of working hours and rules regarding termination of employment.
Due to the implementation of the EU directive concerning posted employees, foreign employees posted to Norway are subject to certain and important parts of the Norwegian labour law. Magnus Legal can assist your company in fulfilling mandatory requirements set out in Norwegian labour law, including;
Our main goal is to be ahead of potential conflicts and to contribute to effective and reasonable solutions for our clients.