Hiring Employees Guide in Denmark

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Contract & Requirements for Hiring Employees in Denmark

Contract of hiring employees in Denmark

Agreements between an employer and employee are commonly used as the employment contract in Denmark, but employers are required to provide a written contract explaining the benefits provided to the employees and the working conditions.

Immigration Requirements

Individuals who are not citizens of Nordic countries or the EU/EEA must apply for a work permit before arriving in Denmark.

HR & Labor

Working hours: Employees in Denmark are limited to working 48 hours, including overtime, within a 7-day period.

Minimum working age:: Individuals under 15 years old can only work 12 hours a week while attending school and 35 hours while on vacation. A break must be provided every 4.5 consecutive hours of work to employees under 18 years of age, and they cannot work the night shift.

Payroll Service in Denmark

Regarding payroll in Denmark, employees are paid on a monthly basis, with paydays being either at the end of the month or on the 15th of each month.

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Social Security in Den