NTL is a trade union with some 50,000 members, many of whom are employed in the state sector. We also have members in a number of other public sector enterprises. All staff at these workplaces are eligible for membership of NTL, irrespective of educational background and position. NTL also has special membership terms for students at university colleges and universities.
NTL’s goals include bringing about quality-driven improvements in public administration and state enterprises. We also work for improvements in personnel policy and for greater opportunities for professional development. NTL’s aim is a pay policy based on the principle of solidarity, which also safeguards the interests of employees with higher education.
There are 3000 NTL trade union representatives at workplaces throughout Norway. They are well trained and will be there for you when you need help, for example during a dispute at your place of work.
Our aim is to ensure that you feel that you work in a secure job in a good working environment. We believe that you should have a salary that you can live on and working hours that you can live with.
We want a society that is safe and fair for all. With this aim in mind, we play an active part in the development and renewal of the welfare state, and in international social issues.
Join us today!
Join online (norwegian language) or download English entry form, fill in, scan and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our membership offers a wide range of benefits:
- Representation and security regarding pay and conditions of employment
- Co-determination in employment issues
- Training free of charge organized by NTL, LO Stat and AOF
- Legal assistance free of charge in employment-related issues
- The right to apply for education grants
- Norway's best home contets insurance and a competitive travel insurance
- A series of insurances and other products from LOfavør, check out www.lofavor.no
Terms and conditions
Membership fee in NTL is 1,1% of your income. I addition you pay a premium for the collective LOfavør insurance schemes: Home contents insurance, which is mandatory, and travel insurance, which is an option. Check out this year's insurance premium costs.
You may deduct trade union membership fees from your taxes. The limit for this deduction is as of 2017 kr. 3.850. Read more about this on the web pages of the Norwegian Tax Administration.
Terms and conditions for students
Students pay only kr 250 per 6 months, and that includes the home contents insurance. To be eligible for this your income must not exceed the income limits for funding from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund.