Norrbom Vinding offers a variety of seminars and courses on all aspects of labour and employment law.

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  • The Danish Parliament has adopted an amendment to allow employers under certain conditions to ‎employ young people between ages 15 and 18 at premises where alcohol is served.‎

    21. Jun 2017

  • The Danish Data Protection Agency found it very unfortunate that data on 95,000 subscribers had been ‎accessible to third parties via the internet.‎

    19. Jun 2017

  • The Danish Parliament has now adopted the new Marketing Practices Act, and this will affect, among ‎other things, any references to the Marketing Practices Act in employment contracts and other ‎documents.‎

    29. May 2017

  • In December 2016, the Article 29 Working Party issued a number of guidelines, among other things on ‎the interpretation of the new provisions on data protection officers. Those guidelines are now available ‎in their final form.‎

    16. May 2017

  • Last week, the result of the ballot on the compromise proposed by the State Conciliator was announced. ‎The proposal was approved by the employer sider and adopted by 57.2% of the votes on the employee ‎side.

    25. Apr 2017

  • An amendment has been passed to amend and digitalise the employment requirement of the Danish ‎Act on Entitlement to Leave and Benefits on Childbirth, and increase flexibility in leave arrangements ‎for fathers and co-mothers.‎

    18. Apr 2017

  • After an inspection of the five administrative regions of Denmark, the Danish Data Protection Agency ‎has concluded that the regions are in non-compliance with the Danish Data Protection Act in a number ‎of areas.

    3. Apr 2017

  • On appeal, the High Court has established that it is the employer who sets the framework for when ‎disciplinary interviews may be recorded. A municipality was therefore justified in summarily dismissing ‎an employee who insisted on recording the proceedings at a disciplinary interview.‎

    3. Apr 2017


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