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The Whistleblower Protection Act (the “Act”) was passed on 24 June 2021, meaning that companies with more than 49 employees are now obliged to establish a whistleblower scheme. The passing of the Act was delayed, due to a several objections being raised during the consultation period. The main…

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Facebook, like other social media platforms, allows companies to target job advertisements to certain groups of Facebook users. It is possible for ads to be targeted at specific age groups or for them to be gender specific. However, two recent decisions from the Equal Treatment Board show that…

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It is common practice for companies in Denmark to conduct salary reviews with employees in March and April. In many cases, it is agreed in the individual employment contracts that an annual salary evaluation must take place.  Alternatively, the salary review obligation may arise from a collective agreement,…

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Entry to Denmark for foreigners habitually resident abroad is currently limited. In order to enter Denmark, a foreigner habitually resident abroad requires a worthy purpose. To limit the spread of infection with Covid-19, the Danish authorities have also initiated additional requirements for workers travelling into Denmark. It is essential as a company that you comply with these requirements. We are aware…

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ELLINT’s members has created a brief guide to national laws relating to the rights of employers to restrict competitive activities by employees after the termination of their employment. Such post-termination restrictions can include: non-competes (which prevent the employee taking up a competitive job); non-solicitation of clients (preventing clients…

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