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NK take over Færgen’s salary management

NK take over Færgen’s salary management

06-12-2017 14:00:00


After the conclusion of the company's 5-year outsourcing business deal with Scandlines, NK Løn og Regnskap A/S has got another shipping deal. It is the company Færgen, which has five Danish ferry routes. NK gets three employees from Færgen's office in Rønne.

“Of course, we had to consider whether or not it would work with a "remote office" in Rønne, but on the other hand, we need more people and not least skills in ferry wages and the IT system Lessor Navision. It would be stupid not to transfer three skilled and experienced employees. At the same time, other companies based in Bornholm may notice us, “Henrik Kryger, CEO, NK Salon and Regnskab A/S says.

With economic growth, NK Løn and Regnskap A/S has been in connection with the deal that handles the salaries of 550 employees at Færgen from January 1.The three employees from Færgen, thereby maintaining their jobs and housing in Rønne, Bornholm.

Molslinjen A/S will be in charge of the route to and from Bornholm from September 1st 2018. This means that the ferry will move its head office from Rønne to Svendborg in Funen. The company is not expecting all of the employees in Rønne want to move to keep their jobs.

"As we are losing the Bornholmer Ferry, it is a very good solution for both the involved employees, who can maintain jobs and housing in Bornholm, as well as for us at Færgen. We ensure a stable payment in the interim period until Molslinjen A/S takes over on September 1st. We are very pleased with the deal concluded with NK Salary and Accounting A/S, "says Ole John Andersen, HR Manager of Færgen.

Source: NK Løn og Regnskab A/S / Maritime Denmark


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