Maersk Drilling moves jobs from Norway to Poland to cut costs

Maersk Drilling will eliminate jobs in Norway and instead move them to Poland, where costs are lower. The employees are very displeased with the decision, which was made at headquarters in Denmark and without the employees being informed, says union representative Frode Larsen.

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The crisis is still raging in the hard-strained offshore sector, and for Maersk Drilling this now means that several jobs in Norway will be moved to Poland, where costs are lower, reports E24.

The office in Stavanger will thus see its workforce reduced. Several of the jobs there are moved to Gdansk in Poland as part of a reorganization.

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