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Short film clips to combat work-related crime.

Together with companies and organisations, the Chamber of Commerce will use short film clips on social media in the fight against work-related crime.

– When it comes to work-related crimes, we know that the private market is the biggest culprit. This is the market we are targeting through this campaign. Social media gives us a fantastic opportunity to reach people and to get the information shared, says Anne Woie at Stavanger Chamber Chamber.

- We've made some clips which are funny and easy to share, but at the same time highlighting the message that by using black labour one supports and encourages work-related crime she continues. 

The film clips are produced by Fabel Media in Stavanger and will primarily be posted on Facebook.

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