|Original name:||Lov (Nr 10 av 2012) om lønnsnemnd i arbeidstvister (lønnsnemndloven).|
|Name:||Act (No. 10 of 2012) on compulsory arbitration in labor disputes.|
|Subject(s):||Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations|
|Type of legislation:||Law, Act|
|Entry into force:|
|Bibliography:||Act online in Norwegian Ministry of Labour, Norsk Lovtidend, www.lovdata.no, Norway, 2 pp. PDF in Norwegian (consulted on 2013-10-14)
|Abstract/Citation:||The National Compulsory Arbitration Board is a permanent board treating interest disputes raised by the labour market parties and disputes decided by the Parliament to be resolved by compulsory arbitration. Approved disputes must be settled by compulsory arbitration. The National Compulsory Arbitration Board is appointed by the government for a three-year term and is composed of members and representatives from the two sides of the labour industry.
Contains 6 articles concerning, inter alia:
Article 1: National Compulsory Arbitration Board.
Article 2: Issues of the National Compulsory Arbitration Board.
Article 3: Composition of the National Compulsory Arbitration Board.
Article 4: Reconciliation.
Article 5: Procedure.
Article 6: Entry into force.
Repeals Act (No. 7 of 1952) on compulsory arbitration in labor disputes.