The employer's obligation to pay salary during the first period of a temporary redundancy (employer I period), increases from 10 to 15 days simultaneously with the repeal of the duty to pay salary during the employer II period. In addition, the maximum period which the employer is exempted from the obligation to pay salary during a temporary redundancy, decreases from 49 to 26 weeks.
The Supreme Court recently deemed that a municipality's termination of its agreement with a general practitioner (GP) after she refused to insert an intrauterine device (IUD) for a patient for reasons of conscience relating to her religion was invalid.
The Norwegian Supreme Court has made its decision in the so-called Norwegian-case, which concerns employer responsibility. The Supreme Court gave judgment in favour of Norwegian, and thus decided that the parent company did not have employer responsibility for the pilots and the cabin crew.