Then the answer is sent to Unibuss where my Lawyer writes clearly that I violated some guidelines of listening to Christian Radio programs, therefore the service claim is waived and shredded!
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PO Box 210 Alnabru
Your ref .: Our ref .: Case no .:
JW: 02132 02132
REGARDING. SERVICE prosecution
The undersigned represents Jan Kåre Christensen through his membership in the Professional Traffic Association.
Christensen received a written service complaint on 11.11.19. This is contested and it is requested that it be waived and shredded.
The service charge is contested on the grounds that Christensen has not broken any guidelines. Furthermore, it is unclear what the service charge orders Christensen to do differently.
Christensen and union representative Leif Arne Myhre state that it is allowed and accepted that employees get to listen to music or radio while driving a bus. Headphones are not allowed. There are no guidelines for how loud you can listen to radio / music, or whether you are required to switch off if a passenger requests it. There are also no guidelines for what one is allowed or not allowed to hear.
Christensen states that he has not listened to any volume higher than usual. The complaints may be due to the content of the radio program. If it is not allowed to listen to Christian content programs, please clarify this.
The warning is required to be withdrawn and replaced with some guidelines that apply to everyone.
We would also like to point out that it is very unfortunate that it takes so long from the first complaint until Christensen is informed that such a complaint has come. He did not hear anything about these complaints until he was given a service charge for the circumstances.
Their prompt feedback is met.
With best regards
In short, this case is only about one thing.
Should Christian radio programs be allowed to listen when everyone else is allowed to listen to their programs of their choice?
May I, and possibly others turn off and not listen to Christian radio or not!
When it comes to these customer complaints, they are so on the road trip that I can't bear to comment on this.
However, here is just one of two things that will be the result of this case.
Should it be allowed to listen to Christian radio or not?
When all other bus drivers and others get to choose the channels they freely want, and many also play far higher than me.
If I do not, and others get to choose the channels we want, there is discrimination and bullying from the employer. Then it becomes clear that Unibuss obviously sits above Norwegian law. We have no internal rules for this either, it is obvious that here Unibuss has taken care!
Seems here it was right on the case, and it gets exciting and see if it is allowed and allowed to still listen to Christian radio shows or not!
Do we have free religious freedom or not? It will be exciting to see what happens next.
I bet this goes to full victory in Jesus name!