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Labour and Employment
8.
Tips and traps
8.1
What are your top tips for navigating the employment regime and what potential sticking points would you highlight?
 
Denmark
When working under Danish employment and labour law, it is initially important to identify whether the employee and employer are covered by a collective bargaining agreement.

Next, it should be examined whether the employee is protected by any statutory legislation, such as the Danish Salaried Employees Act.

If you are still uncertain as to the legal position of the employee and employer in the specific situation, it is advisable to seek professional advice from an employment law specialist.

For more information about this answer please contact: Michael Møller Nielsen from Lund Elmer Sandager