The Danish model is part of the Nordic collective bargaining model used in the Scandinavian Countries.
The Danish model is characterized in that the framework for wages and employment conditions is very often created through bargaining between trade unions and employers’ associations.
We assist employers who are not members of an employers’ association, in relation to employment issues concerning the employer’s own employees, by drawing up staff policies and negotiating collective agreements.
Further, we assist employee organizations and pension funds when they have to act according to the Danish employment legislation in relation to their own employees. Please see below under “Employee organizations and pension funds in the role as employers”.