Become a member
DI is an important partner in Denmark. We assist and advice you on Danish regulations and employment law, handle the required collective agreements and much more.
If your company is in Denmark, DI will handle the required collective agreements, advise you on employment law and guide you on Danish regulations governing numerous business and trade areas. Together with DI, you will be able to tailor your company’s membership, and regardless of your business we will always have a sector or trade association, which will meet your requirements.
Get in touch
Phone: +45 3377 3591
Advice on HR legislation
DI is your external HR partner. Leading Danish experts on employment law will keep you up to date on new rules and regulations on for instance holidays and maternity leave.
We assist you on employment contracts, dismissals and local agreements as well as mediation and legal aid. You can also get advice on working environment, including APV (written risk assessment), legislation and responds to authority orders as well as guidance on recruitment of foreign labour.
Networks, sectors, and associations
DI connects more than 11,000 members.
Our networks and conferences give you the opportunity to benchmark and share experiences with colleagues in your own sector – and to get inspiration from outside – while our sector associations offer news, advice and cash member benefits.
Access to new markets
DI’s offices worldwide will assist you when entering new markets.
Courses and training
We offer courses and training on the latest topics within HR, employment law, collective agreements, management, productivity, automation and digitalisation.
Both long-term and short-term training courses are available in areas relevant to your company.
Political influence and protection of political interests
Through various committees and associations DI members have a direct impact on DI’s views on everything from chemistry legislation to local infrastructure, procurement and competition law, waste management, and e-commerce.
The mandates given to DI by our members enable us to use our influence towards politicians and other stakeholders.