|Fellesforbundet Avdeling 22 Viken
An agreement was finally reached after a few
days of strike, and the figures were:
Limit: 5.2% divided into 2.1% central
supplement, 1.4% overhang (already received) and
1.7% salary slippage for local negotiations. This
means in kroner:
The calculation of the figures
is simple, since we know that NOK 7.50 is 2.1%.
supplement for all (2.1%): NOK 7.50
overhang (1.4%) is a calculation of the %
increased annual salary in 2023 after the
salary settlement in 2022 (January through
March, including what was given in local
negotiations in 2022 (the salary slippage))
slippage 1.7% set aside for local
negotiations: NOK 6.07.
Riksmekler's meeting book can be
downloaded (in norwegian) HERE
it becomes 7.50∕2.1*1.7= 6.07142857 rounded to
NOK. 6.07 in salary slippage (local
- If we
do the same calculation on the overhang, it
has resulted in NOK. 5 per hour (already
received in the 2022 salary settlement).
It also shows a list of which collective
agreements receive the low salary supplement of
NOK. 3.00, supplement for normal wage agreements
NOK 1.00 and agreements that receive both, i.e.
It is worth noting that the bus industry agreement
(normal salary agreement) is not on the lists for
low salary supplements and thus receives NOK.
8.50. per hour in salary supplement. They also do
not have local negotiations
rights and therefore cannot demand up to NOK.
6.07, such as the minimum wage agreements.
But in 2022 there was a notice that scheduled bus
drivers should have NOK 4.50. in addition to the
interim settlement if the sum remained within +/-
0.5% of the limit. After negotiations on
24/04/2023, NHO agreed that the discrepancy was so
small that the bus drivers received the supplement
of NOK. 4.50, agreed in the tariff negotiations in
2022. This means in practice: NOK 7.50 + NOK. 1.00
+ NOK. 4.50 = NOK. 13.00.
All sums are calculated for a 37.5-hour week
Norwegian Transport Workers' Union (NTF) was
a trade union established on April 2, 1896 and
closed down on May 31, 2019. NTF was Norway's
largest trade union in logistics and transport.
The main areas of association were drivers and
workshop / maintenance personnel in bus companies,
warehousing / terminal workers and drivers in the
freight and wholesale industry, newspaper carriers
in newspaper companies, taxi drivers, employees in
environmental companies (renovation and
recycling), freight drivers (long and short
haulage of goods) and dockers in the ports.
had over 20,000 members spread across 16 unions
across the country.
union's main administration, located in Oslo,
consisted of nine union representatives and nine
employees. NTF joined the National Organization in
Norway in 1907. The union was a member of the
International Transport Workers' Federation. the
last federal leader was Lars Morten Johnsen.
On May 8,
2019, one extraordinary national meeting resolved
that NTF be closed down and merged with
Fellesforbundet (The United Federation of Trade
Transport Workers' Association (ØTF) was
founded on May 7, 1999 as a merger of the city
associations in Østfold. This was done to make it
a strong association with a 100% free-bought
association leader in Østfold. The association has
since organized most of the transport workers in
Østfold, except those employed at the Port. These
have been organized in the Forening 100 Havn.
8, 2019, it was decided that NTF should join
Fellesforbundet, so all the old transport workers'
associations had to change their names and
numbers. Some could keep their old number.
January 2020, Østfold ceased to exist and we
became Viken. A merger of Akershus, Buskerud and
not among those who could keep the old number and
our county was gone, so then we simply and neatly
changed our name to FELLESFORBUNDET AVDELING 22
VIKEN. We are still located at Astrids Gate 34 in
Sarpsborg with entrance from Sverres Gate.
Fellesforbundet avd.22 Viken
Astrids Gate 34
Phone: +47 400 06 891
monday - thursday 10:00 - 14:00
Call and make an apointment before visiting.
We are availible on the phone
monday - friday 08:00-15:00
Chairman and General Manager:
Phone: +47 922 73 123
Phone: +47 928 26 869