Oil companies’ property help revealed
Employees get help from their employer to buy a property.
SPiD har oppdatert sine brukervilkår. Disse vilkårene gjelder for bruk av SPiD for alle nettsteder som bruker SPiD (aftenbladet.no, aftenposten.no, finn.no, bt.no osv). I disse vilkårene er det nå mer informasjon om:
- Hvilke personopplysninger som behandles
- Hva opplysningene brukes til (levere tjenestene du har bestilt, forbedre tjenestene og begrense misbruk, tilpasse innhold til den enkelte bruker, samt analyse av markedstrender)
- Hvordan og for hvilke formål opplysningene kan deles med Schibsted-tilknyttede selskaper
- Din rett til å få mer informasjon og innsyn i registrerte opplysninger.
Du kan lese hele den nye brukeravtalen her.
In Aftenbladet’s continuing focus on employee benefits, another article shows Eni Norge is no exception.
Below are answers from some companies.
BP: “That’s correct. Employees have the option of subsidised bank mortgages.”
ConocoPhillips: “Newly employed people who have moved here get a lump sum plus 30 percent addition to their base salary for 12 months."
ExxonMobil: “We have special arrangements for those who are newly established, and a loan scheme for all our employees, otherwise.”
GDF Suez: “We have subsidised loan schemes for all employees buying a house, and transitional arrangements for those who move here.”
Marathon: “Marathon Oil offers employees subsidised mortgages and a moving remuneration for new out-of-town employees.”
Talisman: “We subsidise part of the mortgage interest rate as part of our compensation package for employees.”
Total: “That’s correct. New employees are offered the opportunity of a mortgage.”
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