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Examine your strategy and work routines and talk to your employees, advises stress expert.
New study shows that unfilled jobs increase pressure on employees. Learning to say no and listening to employees is key, says one company.
Exports fell by 1.5% in July. In the first seven months of 2018, exports have only increased by 0.4% relative to last year.
Establishing the Baltic Pipe Project will forge an even closer Danish-Polish energy partnership.
Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen wants to ensure that Denmark can hold its own in the competition for the world’s best talents. But this is only possible if companies go the extra mile and help get the weakest Danes into jobs.
The best place to run a business in Denmark is Ikast-Brande Municipality, followed by Herning and Hedensted, shows the Confederation of Danish Industry’s survey of the business climate in Denmark’s municipalities, which nearly 7,700 companies have…
Danish companies are European champions when it comes to basic digitalisation, but only a small percentage employ more advanced technologies such as AI, machine learning and Big Data, shows new data from Statistics Denmark. According to DI Digital,…
It’s urgent that we start limiting CO2 emissions, says Director at the Confederation of Danish Industry, Tine Roed. She hosted a debate last week with a number of Danish business executives and DI’s German sister organisation Bundesverband der…
70% of Danes abroad disagree that Denmark is good at taking advantage of them as a resource. A new task force aims to better bring them into play.
To ensure self-sufficiency, help the world and earn more money, juice producer Orana plans to open a new fruit factory in East Africa every other year. The Danish company is starting with bananas.