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Denmark and Sweden on the barricades over pilots and crew compensation
Denmark and Sweden are once again out defending the Nordic labour market model. This time it is about a new case before the EU Court questioning whether cabin crew receiving lower allowances than pilots constitutes gender discrimination.
Why Swedish medical students flock to Latvia
Nearly 800. That is how many of Riga's medical students come from the Nordic region’s largest country. The Nordic Labour Journal went to meet one of them.
Mental and social health issues focus during work environment conference
The number of work-related deaths in the EU fell by 57 per cent between 1998 and 2019. But the positive development has flatlined in the past four years. New vigorous action is needed to make a vision zero strategy for work-related deaths a reality.
EU questions whether Sweden follows the working time directive
Does Sweden really have to ban 24-hour shifts? This has been hotly debated lately, with angry firemen taking to the streets to be allowed to continue to work for a whole day and night in a stretch.
Norway tightens rules on hired labour
Norway is tightening the rules on hired labour. Trade unions are cheering while staffing agencies rage and have reported Norway to ESA for being in breach of the EEA agreement.

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