The Norwegians are hoping that the $3 million they’re paying for their own consulting fees will help them attract and retain top talent to their team.
As part of their commitment to attract top talent, the Norwes have hired a team of six full-time consultants, and have also set up a training program for new employees to gain the necessary skills to become a full-fledged consulting partner.
“The Norwegian government is looking to hire more consultants to support its research, development and innovation,” said Norweger-led chief executive Bjørn Gårdersen.
“We are working on getting a consultant program started.
It is a big step, and we hope to have a consultant team in place by the end of the year.”
The Norwegs also announced the hiring of a second consulting team, led by a Danish businesswoman, to help the government better understand the business needs of its citizens.
Norwegia has an unemployment rate of more than 9.5 percent and has been a net importer of goods and services since 2014.
It’s also been hit hard by the collapse in oil prices and a massive recession in 2015.
In a report last month, the Norwegian Government’s Research and Development Agency (NEDAR) said the country’s economy had been on a downward trajectory for several years and had been unable to sustain the growth in employment and revenue growth expected in the near future.
Norway’s economy has been on an upward trajectory since 2015The government has promised to boost productivity, and is hoping to reduce the number of people working in the country.
The government has said that it wants to hire 1,500 more full- and part-time staff over the next five years.
Norwees have said that the company’s goal is to have 25 percent of all jobs being filled by women by 2021.
“We are looking to make Norway a leader in women’s advancement,” Norwegiks Minister of Employment, Labour and Social Affairs Jan Egeland said in a statement.
“Norweger government is a leader when it comes to gender equality in employment.
In order to do that, we are committed to having an ambitious recruitment strategy that works for all genders and all ages.”
The country also announced that it would be working to increase employment in childcare, education and the health sector.
Norways healthcare system is currently in the red.