The Danish Parliament has passed two bills amending the Danish Act on Aliens. As a consequence, the Greencard scheme is repealed and the Pay Limit scheme is changed .

Under the Danish Greencard scheme, a foreigner could obtain a residence permit in Denmark if he or she had 100 points…

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Many employees in the private sector have mobile phones that are paid by their employer. Nowadays, a mobile phone has many different uses, such as purchasing music, train tickets, making donations, text messaging, surfing the Internet, etc.

Companies should therefore establish a mobile phone policy defining the restrictions applying…

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NemID, a digital signature and single login for public websites, online banking and many other municipal services is a valuable tool for simplifying corporate HR processes and workflow.

Back in the “good old days,” employment contracts and other documents were physically signed by the employee and employer by placing…

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Effective 1 January 2016, new rules on competition and non-solicitation clauses that differ significantly from previous rules, came into force.

By Mette Klingsten

In December 2015, the Danish Parliament adopted a new Act on Employment Clauses, effective 1 January 2016, which applies to all employees. The rules provide the conditions for…

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It is no longer legal to enter into an employee agreement on compulsory retirement at age 70.

By Mads Bernstorn

It has long been against the law to discriminate against employees on the labor market due to disability, race, sexuality, religion, and age, etc., but until 1 January 2016, it was still possible…

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Published in Berlingske Business 25 November 2015

Professional or private? When a person logs into LinkedIn, is it as a private individual or a representative of the workplace? It can be difficult to distinguish between the two when the contacts are primarily work related and the text is prepared…

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