The Icelandic Labor Office reports that there were six collective redundancies last year. A total of 229 employees were made redundant. The Labor Office reports that in the dismissals, among others, 87 workers in fish processing, 42 in “associative activities” and 39 in services lost their jobs. It can be assumed that collective redundancies in “associative activities” took place in Efling unions, where last […]
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