The Local dk | 3 October 2018

Minister for immigration and integration Inger Støjberg and employment minister Troels Lund Poulsen presented Wednesday a 21-point programme aimed at smoothing the way for companies who want to attract skilled workers from abroad.

The programme seeks to “make it easier and less bureaucratic for Danish companies to attract and employ foreign labour,” the Ministry of Employment said in a press statement.

Decreasing unemployment figures and a growing Danish economy, along with companies signalling they were in need of skilled labour, were behind the new initiative, according to the government press release.



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