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Mette Klingsten og Mads Bernstorn

What is sexual harassment and what is flirting in the workplace?

Together with approximately 100 other women from the French cultural life, the 74-year movie icon Catherine Deneuve has warned about, what they see as a ”witch hunt” against men.

The French actress has set both the French government and a group of younger feminists against herself after she has…

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As is tradition the first Tuesday of October, the government’s legislative program for the coming parliamentary year is presented. This also applies for legislation covering employees.    

The Danish Parliament reopened yesterday as always on the first Tuesday in October. This year 3 October 2017. The Danish Prime Minister gave…

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Nicolai Runge Andersen

Does your company have an updated smoking policy?

The law governing smoking in public places protects employees and other persons in work places, schools, educational institutions, public institutions and restaurants from being subject to passive smoking.

According to the law governing smoking in public places, smoking in private and public work places is not allowed. The law…

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The European Court of Human Rights has just come to a decision on employers’ right to monitor the e-mails of their employees. In the case of Bărbulescu v. Romania (Case No. 61496/08), the Grand Chamber arrived at a different result than the first section of the court. The…

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