The first time you specify an employment relationship, the most recent date for a change in FTE percentage and the start date must be the same.
Brief information concerning date of change in FTE percentage
State the date on which the FTE percentage last changed.
The first time you report an employment relationship, the start date for the employment and the most recent date for a change in FTE percentage must be the same.
The FTE percentage stipulated in Fatima’s employment contract changes from 100 to 80 percent FTE with effect from 10 February. In the a-melding for February, the employer specifies an FTE percentage of 80 and 10 February as the “date of change of FTE percentage”.
The agreed number of working hours stipulated in William's employment contract changes from 18.75 to 37.5 hours per week. The change takes effect from 15 June. The FTE percentage changes from 50 to 100 percent (full-time for the position is 37.5). In the a-melding for June, the employer specifies an FTE percentage of 100 and 15 June as the “date for change of FTE percentage”.
Is it mandatory
Yes, you must state the date for all ordinary and maritime employment.
It is voluntary for freelancers, contractors and fee recipients. Should be stated if you have reported the FTE percentage.
You should not specify an FTE percentage or change to the FTE percentage for pensions or other non-employment benefits.
When you must submit reports
State the most recent date for change in FTE percentage the first time you report the employment and repeat this date every month up to and including the month in which you terminate the employment.
If you have forgotten to specify the date or have specified the wrong date but have not received an error message concerning this in the feedback (A 03), you can correct the error in the next a-melding. You should also check whether the information concerning FTE percentage is correct. You do not need to correct previously submitted a-meldings.
If you use a payroll system, check with your system supplier if you are not sure how to make corrections in your system.
What do we use the information for
NAV uses the information in its case processing. A change in FTE percentage often explains why an income has been changed and this can be important in the correct calculation of benefits such as sickness benefit.
Statistics Norway (SSB) uses the information to calculate pay statistics. SSB must know the number of days in a month on which the old and new FTE percentages applied in order to obtain a correct ratio between working hours and paid salary.
Information on the most recent date of change in FTE percentage for ordinary and maritime employment is transferred to the Aa Register. NAV distributes information concerning employment from the Aa Register to private and public sector companies and organisations that are permitted to receive it. Examples of such organisations are the Norwegian Tax Administration and the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority.