How Will the Changes in the Norwegian Working Environment Act Impact the Right to Permanent Employment?
The first paragraph of section 14-9 in the Norwegian Working Environment Act establishes the fundamental principle regarding permanent employment. According to the Norwegian government, a high percentage of permanent employment will contribute to more productive, adaptable, and competitive businesses.
Legal Issues with use of Artificial Intelligence in Businesses
Artificial intelligence (AI) presents opportunities and challenges for businesses. While AI can offer significant benefits, and the risk of not implementing AI can also be perceived as high by many, it is crucial to understand and address the associated legal risks to ensure compliance and ethical AI development. Failure to adhere to legal requirements, or to take proper account of them when planning an AI strategy, can also limit an enterprise’s ability to harness the potential of AI.
Norwegian Legislation on the Misclassification of Employees and the Proposed Directive on Platform Work
In recent years the traditional employment relationships have evolved. Enterprises are incorporating new methods of recruitment based on market analysis, whilst also attempting to be less burdensome both economically and practically than traditional employment relationships. Although alternative methods of affiliation can be beneficial, they can also pose risks for groups that would otherwise benefit from labour rights and social protection afforded to employees.