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At this Fafo-breakfast, at the 7th of May, we will launch to reports about involuntary part-time work in the Norwegian labour market. Leif Moland has evaluated a programme to combat this phenomenon, on behalf of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. The seminar will be held in Norwegian only.
From the summer of 2014, the county municipalities have tried out various measures in order to help young people to complete upper secondary school. The measures take aim of both improving the chances of getting an apprenticeship and completing supplementary studies qualifying for higher education. In this part one report, Tove Mogstad Aspøy (pictured) and Torgeir Nyen present how the measures have been organised and carried out.
Bærum Municipality has requested an evaluation of its occupational health arrangement. In this project researcher Sol Skinnarland will provide a knowledge base on which decisions concerning the future organization of the services can be based.
What are the driving forces behind today’s labour migration flows to Norway? What are the consequences for Norwegian economy and working life? How have labour migrants from Central and Eastern Europe been integrated into Norwegian society? These questions will be discussed when Fafo, the Frisch Center for economic research and Fafo Østforum invites to a conference on may 21. This is now fully booked, but will be streamed online at Fafo-TV.
New technology and improved analytical tools strengthen the understanding of development and our ability to measure progress. The data revolution opens up new opportunities for holding political leaders accountable for progress. This is the theme for a breakfast seminar organised by Fafo in collaboration with UNDP, on 7 May, from 08.30. The breakfast seminar will be held in Cafeteatret, Hollendergata 8 in Grønland, Oslo. The seminar and the discussion will be held in English.
Fafo has studied collaborative construction design sessions at Kruse Smith Contractor. This approach to construction planning and design is based on full-days multi-discipline co-location. In this report Sol Skinnarland describes the results and findings. The main question was: How to collaborate in the construction design phase to produce correct and on-time design delivery?
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