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Three-year Industrial Agreement in place

The Central Organisation of Industrial Employees in Denmark (CO-Industri) and the Confederation of Danish Industry signed an agreement on Sunday 12th February regarding new three-year collective agreements for the industrial sector. This happened after 24 hours of uninterrupted negotiations.

A good deal for both parties

“It was crucial for us to reach an agreement that would create a basis that enables Danish companies to compete with businesses around the world. We can thereby continue the positive development for Denmark, whereby we create jobs and prosperity at home,” says CEO of the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI), Karsten Dybvad, in a press release.

“The negotiations have been tough. But I think we’ve managed to land a good deal for both parties. For example, we’ve agreed on a better framework for companies and employees to plan their working hours locally according to their particular needs,” says the CEO of DI.

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PUBLICERET: 17-02-2017 OPDATERET: 04-09-2017