Tag-arkiv: work permits
It is definitely not weird… (or uncommon) to have to pay to intern abroad. It may seem strange to have to pay to work, but, it’s not quite as (comparably) simple to arrange as your typical local internship. If you … Læs resten
– Get NemID immediately by turning op in person You need to show valid ID to obtain NemID through personal attendance. If you wish to have a NemID immediately, you need to go to a citizen service centre in person … Læs resten
Når du har besluttet dig for at ansætte en udenlandsk medarbejder kan det være relevant at orientere dig om følgende forhold. Ifølge ansættelsesbevisloven har lønmodtagere i Danmark krav på en ansættelseskontrakt, hvis: Ansættelsesforholdet varer mindst en måned. Arbejdstiden overstiger … Læs resten
Udenlandske praktikanter kan arbejde i en virksomhed i Danmark i en kortere periode for at uddanne sig. Det kan være en god måde for dem at lære de danske arbejdsmarkedsforhold at kende, men også en mulighed for de danske arbejdsgivere … Læs resten
Looking for an internship in Denmark? Denmark is a highly sought place for students who are seeking an internships. We gladly welcome paticipants from around the world! Kristina Cesnaite Larsen & Ove Eenberg Larsen International Internship Supervisor. agri LIDA Sign … Læs resten
As a foreign worker in Denmark, you and your partner have free access to Danish courses for up to three years. Courses are offered by municipal or private language schools and other education centres. Some companies also do their own … Læs resten
You can always see the holiday allowance you have earned on your self-service page. In March, before the holiday year begins, you will get a holiday letter from Feriepengeinfo by Digital Post. The letter gives you an overview of your … Læs resten
As a general rule, you must take holiday in the right holiday year to claim your holiday allowance. The first day of holiday must be on or after 1 May. If you have applied for holiday allowance from FerieKonto, you … Læs resten
Please note: You cannot be granted a residence and work permit as an intern in the agricultural, veterinary, forestry or horticultural field if you have already completed your education, or if you are to work as an unpaid intern.
Nordic citizens are free to live and work in Denmark. Consequently, they do not need a residence or work permit.