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Registration of sideline jobs and owner interests


Notification duty

  • The regulations apply in principle to all the employees.
  • However, the notification duty rules pursuant to Section 5 of the regulations apply only to certain groups of employees. See the regulations and guide for more information on the exceptions.
  • If the employee so desires, sideline jobs and owner interests that fall outside the notification duty may also be registered in the HR portal.

What is a sideline job?

A «sideline job» is defined as work performed and assignments and offices held in addition to the employee’s ordinary university position, regardless of whether they are paid or not. Work performed through an undertaking or company that is wholly or partly owned by the employee is also considered a sideline job.

Some sideline jobs are not permitted, and some are not permitted without UiO’s approval. If you are wondering whether your sideline job requires approval by UiO, see Section 6 of the regulations.

What is an owner interest?

An “owner interest” is defined as the employee directly or indirectly owning a business, interests in a business, securities or other assets that are suitable for generating income for the employee.

Some owner interests are not permitted, and some are not permitted without UiO’s approval. If you are wondering whether your owner interest requires approval by UiO, see Section 7 of the regulations.

Registration of sideline jobs and owner interests

Publication

Registered sideline jobs and owner interests will be made public on the overview of sideline jobs and owner interests. See Section 15 of the regulations for further information on publication.
 

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Published June 29, 2018 11:57 AM - Last modified Mar. 4, 2019 5:14 PM