Subscribe to the latest news from the Nordic Labour Journal by e-mail. The newsletter is issued 9 times a year. Subscription is free of charge.

You are here: Home i News i News 2023

News 2023

 Title   Type 
Denmark takes minimum wage directive to the EU Court Article
Four new Nordic labour ministers – and their challenges Article
Healthcare staff in Sweden look forward to stricter daily rest rules Article
How Iceland's industry benefits from being outside of the common energy market Article
Creating synergies for life science cooperation in the Öresund Region Article
25 per cent of Norwegian workers say they have lost influence Article
Tur-retur tries to halt the brain drain from Finland to Sweden Article
The greatest threats to energy supply in the Nordic region Article
Iceland: Just 15 per cent away from being a CO2 emission-free society Article
The battery factory turning Sweden's migration flow 180° Article
New OECD report: lessons for Nordics' crisis preparedness Article
Norwegian security guards dread work among violence and threats Article
Iceland's heated trade union row over – but embers remain Article
EU questions whether Sweden follows the working time directive Article
Swedish schools want zero tolerance for violence Article
Norway tightens rules on hired labour Article
"Saving the environment" with liquid-cooled data centres Article
Mental and social health issues focus during work environment conference Article
All senses need to be tuned to safety Article
Crisis at the top of Denmark’s trade union movement Article
Fighting domestic violence in Latvia with Finnish and Norwegian support Article
Norwegian workers lukewarm to further education Article
Iceland’s unemployment rate lowest for 20 years Article
New occupational health measures to cut fatal accidents in Danish agriculture Article
Morten Skov Christiansen new head of the Danish Trade Union Confederation Article
Info Norden: 25 years of facilitating Nordic movement Article
Finland’s new government wants major changes to labour law Article
Billion-euro CO2 capture plan could herald new Danish jobs Article
How to make Nordic cross-border work easier Article
Finland still tempting, but many Estonian workers are returning home Article
Denmark and Sweden on the barricades over pilots and crew compensation Article
Kick-off for the Future of Work in Vilnius Article
Iceland’s Labour Minister: Challenges of a fair green transition must be faced together Article
Greenland: New legislation to secure improved working environments Article
Northeast Iceland's manyfacedet labour market Article
Renewcell awarded the Nordic Council Environment Prize for clothes recycling Article
Russian rubles in the Faroe Islands’ economy Article
"Time for a modern autonomy act for Åland" Article
Young and older people in the Nordics face the same employment barriers Article
Sweden will celebrate the common Nordic labour market in 2024 Article
Nordic bus industry associations take fight to the EU Article

Document Actions


Receive Nordic Labour Journal's newsletter nine times a year. It's free.

This is themeComment