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Working in shipbuilding

Employees who carry out production, assembly and installation work in the shipbuilding industry are entitled to a minimum hourly rate of:

  • For skilled workers: NOK 149.04 
  • For special workers: NOK 142.28 
  • For help workers: NOK 135.60 

With the exception of employees who work on company premises, jobs requiring overnight stays outside the home incur an additional hourly rate of:

  • For skilled workers: NOK 29.81 
  • For special workers: NOK 28.46 
  • For help workers: NOK 27.12


Shift work
For jobs that require shift work, an additional hourly rate is paid:

  • For double shifts (36.5 hours per week):
    1 shift: Up to Saturday 14.00: nothing
    2 shifts: NOK 16.38
    For shifts after 14.00 on days before public and religious holidays. NOK 34.99
    From 14.00 on Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve, Easter Sunday Eve and Whitsun Eve. NOK 50.18
    Every hour past 24.00 is paid extra as for 3 shifts.
  • For treble shift work (35.5 hours per week):
    1 shift: up to Saturday 14.00: nothing
    2 shifts: NOK 16.88
    3 shifts: NOK 25.12
    For shifts after 14.00 on days before public and religious holidays: NOK 36.01 kroner
    From 14.00 on Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve, Easter Sunday Eve and Whitsun Eve. NOK 51.58 
  • For continuous treble shift work (33.6 hours a week):
    1 shift: up to Saturday 14.00: nothing
    2 shifts: NOK 17.89
    3 shifts: NOK 26.54
    For shifts after 14.00 on days before public and religious holidays: NOK 38.02 kroner
    From 14.00 on Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve, Easter Sunday Eve and Whitsun Eve. NOK 54.51 


Recalculating from normal working hours
When recalculating from normal working hours, 37.5 hours a week, to different working schedules, the following table is used:

  • From 37.5 hours – 36.5 hours: 2.74 %
  • From 37.5 hours – 35.5 hours: 5.63 %
  • From 37.5 hours – 33.6 hours: 11.61 %

This is the gross salary. Your employer has an obligation to withhold tax from your salary (pay tax). The rates are adjusted upwards every year, following negotiations between the trade unions and employers' organisations.