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Tag Archives: working conditions
Increased competition pressure on pay and working conditions in the aviation industry in Norway and the rest of Europe
The Europeanization of the aviation market has put strong competitive pressure on all stakeholders. As a result, Norwegian cabin crew have become a low-paid occupational group. Conditions are worsened by part-time work, and few Norwegians are staying for long in the occupation. This is one of...
After Norwegian airlines got access to the European aviation market cabin crew have become a low-paid occupational group. As a result of the EU/EC's three aviation packages in 1986, 1990 and 1992, the EEA area became a common aviation area with harmonized regulation. Through its EEA agreement,...
Working at sea and being away from home for long periods can be mentally straining. In a preparatory study, researchers at VTI will examine how prevalent mental ill health is among ship crews in Sweden, and how the shipping companies’ preventative efforts are working. Ships are very special...