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70,300 times in the course of the past six months, Danish employers have not been able to find the right candidate for the job. That’s painful for both companies and the Danish economy, says DI.
The Confederation of Danish Industry has compiled a new map charting how many billions of kroner companies and their employees in each municipality contribute to welfare through taxes. In Viborg Municipality, for example, companies contribute DKK 6.8…
It’s everywhere! ...The critique of technology, and of the few rich who control them. It seems that capitalism is moving full steam ahead with ever more burden put on our societies and planet.
Linda Duncan Wendelboe, Head of DI Global Talent, blogs about the Capital Region’s new two-year lighthouse project, which seeks to improve conditions for attracting and retaining international labour in the entire region.
Trade of illegal counterfeit goods has increased from 2.5 per cent to 3.3 per cent of world trade. This rise is in large part driven by bargain-hunting consumers.
The number of working-age Danes on public benefits fell by 6,800 people between the third and fourth quarter of 2018 to 692,700 people in total. This positive development is, among other things, thanks to a decrease in the number of unemployment,…
Denmark is the country with the greatest increase in patent applications in Europe, shows the European Patent Office’s new annual report. It is particularly companies in the health sector who do the heavy lifting – along with VESTAS.
What should companies do about employees who work across the Danish-British border? Get answers from the Confederation of Danish Industry’s legal services department.
Exports hit a record high already in the first month of the year after sluggish growth in 2018. However, slowing global growth may give Danish export companies a run for their money when it comes to securing new orders, says DI’s senior analyst.
We generally don’t care where our employees come from, as long as they want to work and show up on time, writes Mads Ploug, CEO at Allan Ploug A/S, in an opinion piece about the labour shortage in skilled trade businesses.