The Danish government has decided to ratify the ILO?s protocol on forced labour from 2014. LO?s First Vice President, Arne Grevsen, welcomes this important.
?There are decent pay rises and better opportunities for education and training for the next three years. We are taking further steps in the fight against social dumping and 2017 marks the year where we have obtained full pay during parental leave on the private sector labour market. A very positive development? says LO's President, Lizette Risgaard.
Denmark is the EU-member state with the fewest long term unemployed. According to the Economic Council of the Labour Movement, this is mainly thanks to Danish flexicurity.
The Danish government has decided to ratify the ILO?s protocol on forced labour from 2014. LO?s First Vice President, Arne Grevsen, welcomes this important step.
- I am deeply disappointed that the Minister for Justice, Søren Pind, has no mind to do anything to stop the illegal Uber-drivers who are still operating in Danish cities. This is an affront to all the other drivers who observe the law and pay their taxes, says LO-Vice President, Nanna Højlund.
-The politicians? notion that the challenges facing the economy can be dealt with simply by raising the pensionable age over and over again is a no go. There are major groups in society who are already so worn down that they are struggling just to endure a normal working life.
According to a new survey, nine in ten Danes are confident that they receive the correct pay - even though one in two have experienced faulty pay slips.
- The election of Donald Trump is bad news for many Danish workplaces if he maintains his aim to restrict free trade. This is the opinion of LO's President, Lizette Risgaard.