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Fighting workplace crime

Posted by Aase Herkules on February 3, 2017 at 6:20 AM

Another 25 million NOK reserved to fight workplace crime. The Norwegian government has assigned 25 million NOK to several centers in the fight against workplace crime.


The parliamentary representative stressed that a secure workplace will be even more prioritized by the government, which last year developed a stricter strategy towards workplace crime.


- Cooperation between the public control authorities have been strengthened and made more systematic. Among other things, there has been created co-located units against workplace crime in Bergen, Stavanger, Oslo, Kristiansand and Trondheim, said Elvenes.


25 million NOK has been reserved from the state budget for next year between the cooperating parties, Police, Tax Administration, Labour Inspectorate, NAV, Customs and other public offices.


Finance committee chairman Hans Olav Syvers expresses that he is pleased to have strengthened the means to combat undeclared work and the black economy through the budget compromise. It is the best remedy against social dumping and shady business.

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