Efling supports Kvennafrí 2018 – the women´s strike

According to the newest figures from Iceland Statistics, the average wages of women in Iceland are only 74% of the average wages of men. Women are, therefore, paid 26% less on average than men. This means that women have earned their wages after only 5 hours and 55...

Taxation and Income: A joint meeting with ÖBÍ

Taxation and Income: A joint meeting of The Organisation of Disabled in Iceland (ÖBÍ) and Efling Union about the conditions of low wage earners. Saturday October 20 at Gerðuberg, starting at 14:30 and finished by 16:00. Presentation by Stefán Ólafsson, researcher at...

Resolution of the Efling Trade Union Board in regards to Kveikur

The board of Efling–trade union wishes to express its concern over the conditions that currently prevail in the Icelandic labour market. We demand that the authorities shape up and that public institutions perform their duties of inspections and oversight of...

Is your boss stealing from you?

Is my boss stealing from me? Most of us would prefer to never ask this question. While some industries abide by the labor law and the collective agreements, some blatantly ignore them. The employers in hospitality and restaurants are the biggest offenders in this...

Legal help

The union offers weekly interviews with lawyers in Efling office on Tuesdays between 1 pm and 4 pm. Member do not need to make an appointment in advance.

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