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Industrial relations in Denmark

Through . Published on 05 August 2013 à 10h47 - Update on 05 August 2013 à 10h49

Union organizations, collective bargaining structure, collective bargaining at cross-industry level, bargaining at sectoral level, bargaining in companies,  employees representatives bodies  all you need to know about the industrial relations system in Denmark in this fiche.

A few figures

Unionization is generalized.  More than 80 percent of Danish employees are affiliated with a trade union.  But there are differences according to sectors and statuses.  Thus, in the private sector, nearly 90 percent of hourly wage earners are affiliated with a union (although this is going slightly down), and a little over 60 percent of monthly wage earners.

Union organizations

The Danish Confederation of Trade Unions (LO, Landsorganisationen i Danmark) is the largest confederation in Denmark with 1.3 million members,…

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