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Decreasing unemployment and lack of skilled hands and minds is putting pressure on companies and forcing them to turn down orders.
Help companies retain foreign employees - and create growth for the benefit of everyone. Head of DI Global Talent Linda Duncan Wendelboe blogs about what it will take – outside the office – to prevent Danish companies from losing their talented…
It is usually 90/10 in favor of the men. But the TechBBQ in Øksnehallen in Copenhagen had about 30 procent female guests this week. "We need more talent into the industry - more women," said Nana Bule, COO/CMO Microsoft Denmark.
Every other well-established company sees value in collaborating with entrepreneurs. But far fewer have actually tried it out.
The upswing continues to create more jobs in Denmark. The downside is that the labour shortage is becoming increasingly widespread, impeding the country’s growth.
The theme of circular economy will sell Danish solutions and technologies during the world’s largest climate event in New York. For ROCKWOOL the event is a chance to present concrete solutions and influence the international agenda.
Denmark’s economy is growing, but there is potential for much more. The biggest challenge is the labour shortage, and business and politicians must be better at working together to export Denmark’s qualities, says Lars-Peter Søbye, Chairman of…
Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen and Chairman of the Social Democrats Mette Frederiksen have both promised to make the road to Denmark easier for foreign specialists.
Four companies reveal how they have gained employees by seeking them out at the margins of the labour market and setting up more traineeships. Across the board, companies report that job satisfaction is high among new employees – and that this shows…
Examine your strategy and work routines and talk to your employees, advises stress expert.