We have 1,500 ambassadors and partners worldwide
Labour and employment law is a legal discipline that is very national in its nature – which is all the more reason to have a strong and effective international network of legal experts.
Norrbom Vinding is a member of Ius Laboris, Global HR Lawyers, an alliance of law firms with labour and employment law as their core competence. The alliance is represented by 1,500 lawyers in 57 countries, most of those places with lawyers who are regarded as the best in their field.
We can therefore provide expert advice from almost any country and set up a cross-border expert team for international projects within 24 hours (or even faster).
We e.g. have experience in developing and implementing terms and conditions of employment and remuneration structures across national borders, advising employers who wish to set up business in a given country and assisting multinationals in conducting cross-border restructuring exercises.
Norrbom Vinding also works closely together with a large number of other law firms around the world. Our strong international network builds on many years of cooperation in cross-border projects and more than 20 years of active participation in the Human Resources Section of the International Bar Association (IBA). In this context, we were e.g. one of the promoters of the Global Employment Institute (GEI).
- advised Danish companies on secondment abroad as well as advised international companies on secondment to Denmark
- advised international groups on large-scale cross-border redundancies, restructuring and outsourcing processes, etc.
- advised international groups on the implementation of global bonus and incentive programmes, including obtaining advice from Ius Laboris firms in several countries
- advised international clients on the implementation of whistleblower systems in Denmark
- acted as project manager in connection with the establishment of subsidiaries abroad by Danish groups
- prepared framework agreements with international groups, securing them global contacts and reduced fees with Ius Laboris firms
Rikke Falk Dambo
Torben Mølgaard Hededal
Christian K. Clasen
Information about International work
Inflation, lønninger og risikoen for løn-pris-spiral i 2023
I en ny rapport undersøger vores internationale alliance, Ius Laboris, de globale tendenser inden for økonomi og arbejdsmarked i lyset af inflationen, energikrisen og den voksende økonomiske usikkerhed.
Ius Laboris-webinarer – indsigtsanmodninger og krigen i Ukraine
I den kommende tid afholder vores internationale alliance, Ius Laboris, to webinarer om henholdsvis indsigtsanmodninger og krigen i Ukraine.
Direktiv om passende mindstelønninger vedtaget
Direktivet om passende mindstelønninger for arbejdstagere i EU er nu blevet vedtaget.
Europa-Parlamentet har vedtaget direktiv om passende mindstelønninger
Direktivet – der har mødt betydelig modstand fra dansk side – afventer nu godkendelse af Rådet i EU.
New guidelines on data protection in employment relationships
The Data Protection Agency has issued revised guidelines on data protection in employment relationship.
The European Parliament adopts proposed directive on pay transparency
The proposed directive, which is aimed at ensuring equal pay for men and women, is awaiting adoption by the Council of the European Union.
Amendment to the rules on recruitment of foreign workers adopted
The Danish Parliament recently adopted an amendment to the Aliens Act to make it easier to recruit workers from countries outside the EU/EEA.
Gender composition of management – updated guidelines
The Danish Business Authority has published updated guidelines on target figures and policies for the gender composition of management and for reporting on this issue.
Bill on preventing and tackling sexual harassment
The Ministry of Employment recently introduced a bill aiming to implement parts of the tripartite agreement on combatting sexual harassment in the workplace, but the 1 November general election means legislative progress is currently on hold.
To be or not to be a temp
An employee was covered by the Temporary Agency Workers Act even though he was assigned to the same workplace for three years and eight months.