We are experts in Danish employment lawTo start up business in a new country is always a big step; and before the business really can move forward, you have to be on top of employees, the terms of employment and all the local rules and regulations in this aspect.
This is all you need
We have developed a thorough guide, which takes you through the following topics:
- Requirements for foreign companies for registration, VAT and information to Danish authorities
- Unions and other partners in the Danish Labour market - what kind of work?
- Types of employment in Denmark: monthly or hourly paid, part-time or full-time.
- Agreements and personnel policy - what framework and laws apply?
- Trade unions - the right to organize (local agreements)
- The main laws of Danish employment law, for example the Holiday Act and other mandatory legislation - entitlement to pay during holiday and sickness, the disability legislation etc.
- Pension - which pension rights are applicable?
- Leave of absence - which rules apply to Danish workers? (maternity, paternity, parental and educational leave)
- Relocation - Moving of furniture, application of A1 and O1, residence and work permit, home finding, creation of cpr.nr., bank account, registration in RUT.
- Workplace assesment
You can order the written guide only and use it as a handbook to guide you through the process, or you can order the Plus packet, which includes the written guide and one hour personel councelling with one of our legal experts.
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Lisbeth Lindorff Riis, Head of HR Legal at Azets