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Advice for managers: What to do when employees are diagnosed with cancer
Each year 14,000 employees are diagnosed with cancer. And managers are lacking the tools to help, a new study shows. A new joint campaign launched by the Danish Cancer Society and DI offers advice for HR management.
DI’s CEO on tour: “Tell me about your challenges”
It was a huge pleasure to meet many representatives from companies in the Randers-Norddjurs region during my tour of DI’s 18 regional associations. I hope that the upcoming visits will be just as fruitful, writes CEO Lars Sandahl Sørensen, DI.
New director of DI’s international department
Deputy Director Kinga Szabo Christensen is the new director of DI International Development, DIBD. Her aim is to strengthen DI’s global activities and put sustainability at the fore.
Human rights guide AI
Utopia Analytics develops advanced AI for companies including Momio. AI is a powerful tool, and that is why the UN’s human rights serve as a guideline for companies’ use of the technology.
DI: Alarmingly low confidence in European economy
New figures: Despite slight uptick, important indicator reveals extremely low confidence in the European economy.
Business community must rebuild trust with young people
Young people are increasingly pessimistic – but they’re also making claims to their future. Lars Sandahl Sørensen, CEO at the Confederation of Danish Industry, and Anders Dons, CEO at Deloitte, blog about the business community’s opportunity to…
Hire a student for DKK 350
Architecture firm Arkitema Architects employs secondary school students for a single day through Operation Day’s Work. Proceeds go to disabled young people in Uganda and the programme strengthens the company’s relationship to possible future…
100,000 unemployed workers ready for a job in Denmark - or what?
100,000 unemployed workers - ready to be hired. That means Denmark doesn’t need foreign workers or labour reforms - or do we? We’ve asked DI’s Head of Labour Market Policy Steen Nielsen for an explanation.
Danish Companies Love Recruiting Via SoMe
When companies are on the lookout for bright candidates, it is not just a question of displaying a printed flyer at the job centre. When it comes to hiring new staff, more than one out of two companies use social media.
Pharmaceutical Companies Can No Longer Carry the Can for Slack Industrial Production
The success of Denmark’s pharmaceutical industry has been diverting attention from sluggish development in the other industrial sectors. If one disregards the pharmaceutical industry, industrial production has actually fallen by 2.3% over the past…