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New executive order on psychological working environment
The Working Environment Authority has issued a new executive order compiling the applicable psychological working environment rules. The objective of the executive order is to clarify these rules for employers and employees.
Employees’ duty to provide information on inventions
An engineer had not duly informed his employer of an invention and had therefore failed to discharge his duty to provide information under the Act on Employee Inventions.
Legislative programme for the 2020/2021 parliamentary year
After a first half of the year dominated by COVID-19, the Government has published the legislative programme for the 2020/2021 parliamentary year.
Right of access to internal working documents? Must the names of employees be disclosed?
According to the Data Protection Agency, an insurance company was justified in not providing access to an internal working document as well as the names of the company’s employees to a former customer.
Coronavirus – extended sickness benefits for employees at special risk
The Parliament recently passed a new bill extending the period of sickness benefits for employees at special risk in the event of infection with Covid-19 and relatives of persons who are at increased risk.
Heavy burden of proof discharged at the Supreme Court
According to the Supreme Court, the employer had discharged the reversed burden of proof in a case concerning a physical therapist who was dismissed shortly after her return from maternity leave.
Setting up in Denmark (Norrbom Vinding)
A brief introduction to labour and employment law in Denmark
Complying with European data protection legislation
Mini-roundtable on European data protection legislation
Communication on Progress 2016-17