DI is closely monitoring the situation of COVID-19.
The reports present a number of economic indicators, an overview of restrictions introduced by the respective countries, and information about relief and recovery measures taken by the governments.
The Danish Business Authority has made some guidelines concerning the set-up of office workplaces in a responsible manner with the aim of reopening Denmark.
Please find information about how to organize rooms, handle sickness, advise staff, ease the strain on public transportation etc.
Contact Søren Falck, Senior Consultant, DI, email@example.com
Read DI's guidelines and advice for responsible re-opening for business travels in the light of the COVID-19 outbreak.
If your company is a member of DI, you can re-read emails from DI's CEO Lars Sandahl Sørensen to all DI-members.
DI’s Export Plan and New Government Initiatives
Mail to members re KLAR
The second phase of the controlled reopening
Extraordinary staff reductions and savings in DI
Further initiatives to prevent and contain infection by COVID-19
Contingency and aid packages
Reopening the society and aid packages
Controlled reopening of Denmark
Need for extending Aid Packages
New DI initiative: "Denmark out of the crisis. - Back to green growth”
Wage Compensation: Higher Limits and Rotation Schedules
Initiative to support companies – additional wage compensation
Wage compensation and initiative to support struggling companies
Dealing with the new measures
New measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19
New agreement compensating wage costs
With its plan to work towards a gradual and targeted reopening of the Danish society, the Danish Government offers a sensible and right path to lead us through this crisis.
Everyone in construction should do what they can to keep activities going during the current Corona outbreak – with due concern for health and safety. This is the recommendation from Bygherreforeningen (The Danish Association of Construction…
The corona situation and its consequences develop day by day. An extraordinary meeting has now been held by DI’s Executive Committee to discuss the situation – and above all review how DI can contribute to Danish companies and Danish economy pulling…
In the evening of 17 March, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced new significant and strict measures to help break the infection chain and deal with the present crisis affecting Denmark, Europe and the rest of the world.