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Integration at Work: Simply the Best?

Integration at Work: Simply the Best?

If you’ve lived in Norway for awhile, you’ll be familiar with the funny ad campaigns run by one of the grocery chains here. In the TV ads, some humorous situation is played out in the extreme, yet always ends with this message on the screen: “the simple is often the best.” This phrase could apply… Les mer

Working in Norway: What’s your added value?

Working in Norway: What’s your added value?

Have we in Norway (over) enhanced becoming an entrepreneur as the only way to make it in business? “Value added: describes the enhancement a company gives its product or service before offering the product to customers.” (Investopedia) Thought of this question today when reading a headline in The Scotsman announcing: Record number of Scots want to… Les mer

Working in Norway: Don’t Say “Hello” in the Morning

Working in Norway: Don’t Say “Hello” in the Morning

I was recently on a website where foreign-born employees had been asked the following question: What is the most important unwritten rule in Norwegian workplace, which all work in Norway is based on? Readers were invited to guess the answer. The more serious suggestions: Don’t intrude on another’s personal space, position or beliefs Strive for… Les mer