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Rector reassures staff in Nesna merger

The rector of Nord University in Bodø has responded to concerns over mental health problems among staff at its Nesna campus, which could be shut down.

Hanne Solheim Hansen, acting rector of Nord University, said she understood that Nesna employees are finding work demanding because of the possible closure of the college. In a statement, she highlighted that that all employees at Nesna would be offered a job at Nord University’s other campuses, but it might mean longer travel or a changed workplace.

“I have great understanding that some employees think this is difficult,” Solheim Hansen said. “We plan to spend up to three years on the restructuring so that we have time to find good solutions to most of the changes.”

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