27 June 2014, The Copenhagen Post
The government has agreed with opposition parties Venstre, Dansk Folkeparti, Socialistisk Folkeparti, Liberal Alliance and Konservative to reform the international recruitment policy in Denmark.
The deal – which was first proposed in April and contains 26 initiatives– will give companies in Denmark better access to highly-qualified workers from nations outside the EU, which will help them better compete on the global scene.
“I’m really pleased about this reform, which will strengthen our companies and their abilities to attract the best workers to the country,” Mette Frederiksen, the employment minister, said in a press release.
Companies will be able to utilise a fast-track initiative that will allow them to employ the key international workers and researchers they require. READ MORE…