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The Danish Labour Market

The Danish labour market is organised after a unique model called “the Danish Model”. This model is characterized by the fact that pay and working conditions typically are determined by collective agreements concluded between the employer’s organisations and the trade unions in Denmark. To learn more about the Danish Model and the Danish Labour Market in general, please click here.

Another important term to know, when speaking of the Danish labour market, is the principle of flexicurity. Flexicurity is the combination of a flexible labour market and social security. To learn more about flexicurity, please click here.