It is also the union representative who has the right to negotiate both during the appointment and during the annual wage negotiations and to conclude agreements on setting your salary. If your job does not have a union representative, the DM secretariat will help you. As a public sector employee, you are covered by parental leave agreements applicable to your collective agreement. If you work under the terms of another collective agreement or individual contract, the conditions of parental leave from that contract apply. As a foreign company, you should expect Danish trade unions to contact you to reach an agreement for workers posted to Denmark. You can negotiate a collective agreement with the union yourself or join a employers` organization that can negotiate on your behalf with the union. Their employment is governed by the collective agreement of state graduates that has been concluded between the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Professional Association (COLLECTIVE Agreement AC). Your registration is subject to the Executive Order on PhD. In Denmark, there are many examples of trade unions taking union action to reach a collective agreement. This includes Danish and foreign employers. Compared to foreign employers, the right to trade union action in the construction industry has been particularly important. It is a decision to challenge the foreign company in the Danish Labour Court to decide whether the claims of a collective agreement are legal and whether a strike or blockade is legal.
The Danish Labour Court will rule immediately on these issues. A number of complementary rules are also part of the agreement, such as the general agreement between the Danish Employers` Confederation (DA) and the Danish Confederation of Trade Unions (LO) (Hovedaftalen). One of the fundamental principles in Denmark is that trade unions have the right to enter into collective agreements with employers and employers` organisations. Unions can take different types of collective action to reach an agreement with an employer. You can also see it as a foreign employer with people who have been deployed to Denmark. Example 2: Electricians working in a construction project refuse, as part of a solidarity action, to work for the client because the foreign company responsible for the other construction tasks has not yet signed an agreement, as requested in the main fight against the foreign company.