The employee has one employment relationship in one enterprise

The employer should submit one income report.

The employee has two types of income in one employment relationship in the same enterprise

Example: A nurse has a position with a fixed employment percentage and also takes some extra shifts that are linked to the same employment relationship with the same enterprise.

In this case, the employer should submit a single, combined income report for both types of income, and enter the total pay for the fixed position and the extra shifts. It is important that two income reports are not submitted for the same employment relationship. NAV always uses the information in the most recently submitted income report for the employment relationship.

The employee has two different employment relationships in the same enterprise

Example: A care home employee has two different positions: one as a nursing assistant and one as a cleaner. The employee has two contracts with a single enterprise.

In this case, the employer must submit two income reports – one for each employment relationship. Employment ID must be provided for both employment relationships.

The employee has two or more employment relationships with two or more different enterprises

The employer must submit two or more income reports – one for each employment relationship.Exception: income report for parental benefit in Altinn

When you submit an income report for parental benefit through the Altinn portal, only one income report should be submitted for employees who have multiple employment relationships with the same enterprise. You do not need to enter the Employment ID.

Exception: income report for parental benefit in Altinn

When you submit an income report for parental benefit through the Altinn portal, only one income report should be submitted for employees who have multiple employment relationships with the same enterprise. You do not need to enter the Employment ID.