This year’s bus settlement is underway

Dag-Einar Sivertsen, union secretary at Fellesforbundet (left) hands the demands to Jon H. Stordrange, CEO of NHO Transport.



Dag-Einar Sivertsen, union secretary at Fellesforbundet (left) hands the demands to Jon H. Stordrange, CEO of NHO Transport.
(Photo: Syndicate)


The union Fellesforbundet, Jernbaneforbundet and Yrkestrafikkforbundet submitted their joint demands for a new bus industry agreement today. NHO Transport og Spekter is the negotiating party.


04.04.2022 by the Information Administration

Last update: 07.04.2022

The tension is related to this year’s settlement. Today’s presentation of the allegations showed that the two sides are somewhat far apart. The parties will begin negotiations before Easter, April 21 – the goal is, as always, to agree on a solution.

However, this was not the case with the previous major settlement in 2020, which ended in a major strike. The requirements then as they are now were that members should approach the industry average wage.

Purchasing power and safety check

The union is interested in increasing the purchasing power of the members and that all work is done during paid working hours. Increasing wages also contributes to making the industry a more attractive workplace for more people.

It’s not just about wages. Security is one of the primary areas that should be discussed. The parties must agree, among other things, on what to do in the security check, and the amount of time allotted to the task.

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