Norway

Welcome to Norway

Norway is famous for its deep coastal fjords and beautiful nature. The scenery is breathtaking pretty much anywhere and people are friendly and warm hearted. Afraid to be looked upon as an alien? Don´t worry. Our country is more diverse than many expect, with over half a million immigrants from Europe and beyond, making up 1/3 of the capital Oslo’s population.

Norway is the third best country for work-life balance in Europe. Important fact: Norwegians don´t schedule meetings after 3pm on Friday, and if you do, no-one will show up at the meeting.

You have a lot of alternatives to enjoy your day after work in Norway. Our nature is truly beautiful and we love outdoor life. Our popular saying is: “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing”. Norway has won the largest number of Gold, Silver and Bronze medals of all countries in the Winter Olympics. But we also have nice summers with temperatures up to 25 to 30 degrees Celsius.

Your chances of getting a decent coffee break is good: Norwegians are among the world’s biggest consumers of coffee with 10 kg per person yearly.

Living and working in Norway

The government distributes resources to allow all inhabitants access to basic goods like housing, food, medical assistance and schooling. The living expenses are quite high, especially housing expenses are high in the big cities, but this is for a large part compensated for by relatively high wages.

Barona Norway is approved as a revised employer by the Norwegian Federation of Service Industries and Retail Trade, which for example guarantees that you´ll get the right pay in right time, a waterproof employment contract where health and safety, working hours, pay, compensations and all other necessary aspects in your employment are covered.

You´re all set and ready to go to work?

The first thing you should know is that there are different rules for citizens from the Nordic Countries, European countries and for citizens from outside Europe.  Start by reading the official guide. It covers how to register for/apply for a residence permit, employment services and gives you a step-by-step guide:

https://www.nav.no/workinnorway/en/Home

Here are some useful tips from The Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration

https://www.nav.no/en/Home/Work+and+stay+in+Norway/Work+in+Norway

Welcome to Norway!

We support you

No matter where you are come from or what your destination is, we are here to help you with all the details. Once you arrive you can find your accommodation waiting for you and we will guide you through the official documents as well as help you with the required registrations and preparing everything ready for you to to start working.

All Nordic Countries have an employee friendly legislation and unions to ensure your rights. We at Barona follow those rules at all times. You will be treated equally and are entitled to the same salaries and other compensations and conditions as all our employees.

Once you arrive and start working, you will have your contact person always available for you during the office hours, and we can also provide you help in not only the local official languages in each Nordic Country but also in Slovak and Polish when needed.

Ready to begin your career?

Job offers

Contact

Igor Adascalita

Norway

igor.adascalita@barona.no

+ 47 404 06 427

Thomas Faye

Norway

thomas.faye@barona.no

+ 47 953 01 493

Isabelle Lund

Norway

isabelle.lund@barona.no

+ 47 468 88 674