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The past decade has seen an increase in 'platform companies' functioning as the intermediary between workers and customers.The way these companies structure the labour process has significant implications for working conditions. In this article, we ask: In what ways does platform work in Norway differ from standard employment relationships? And do different employment strategies of platform companies put workers in precarious situations? The article builds on qualitative interviews with CEOs ofdoi:10.18291/njwls.v9is6.114691 fatcat:yrfwhn4pvfai3d2bcmdorjw6km