Updated to include additional information on pay statistics used to inform and consult employees about any pay gaps between women and men.
Updated to reflect the repeal of the "green card" scheme, which allowed highly qualified professionals to enter Denmark to seek and take up work.
An employment law guide to termination of employment in Denmark, covering notice periods, unlawful dismissal, unfair dismissal, severance payments and sources/references.
Useful online resources on employment law in Denmark, including government and official agencies, social partners and professional organisations, and commercial and other sources.
An employment law guide to employee rights in Denmark, covering hours of work, rest breaks and rest periods, Sunday work, holiday and holiday pay, maternity and pregnancy rights and adoption rights, parental and paternity leave, other leave, part-time workers, fixed-term workers, posted workers, transfers of undertakings, insolvency of employer, disciplinary procedures, data and privacy protection, and sources/references.
An employment law guide to contracts of employment in Denmark, covering probationary periods, types of contract, written statement of terms of employment, variation of contract and sources/references.
An employment law guide to training and development in Denmark, covering apprenticeships and sources/references.
An employment law guide to equal opportunities in Denmark, covering exemptions, harassment and sexual harassment, victimisation, positive action, remedies and penalties, and sources/references.
An employment law guide to industrial relations in Denmark, covering trade unions, collective bargaining and agreements, informing and consulting employees, informing and consulting prior to redundancies, informing and consulting prior to transfers, European Works Councils, industrial action, board-level employee representation and sources/references.
An employment law guide to health and safety in Denmark, covering duties on employers and employees, safety representatives and cooperation, enforcement and penalties, compensation for occupational injury or illness and sources/references.
HR practices and employment law in Denmark.