New to the Danish Labor Market and the Financial Sector
Curious to learn more about the Danish labour market, how it is regulated and what it means to you? And would you like to hear a personal story and have tips on how to work in the Danish financial sector and being part of an international network in Denmark with many exciting activities waiting for you.
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What you can gain by participating
- Deeper insight into the Danish labor market, its regulation and what it means to you
- Learn to understand the role of Danish trade unions and Employers organizations
- An insight into how it was for an international member to start living in Denmark and working in the financial sector
- The opportunity to hear about The Network of International members (NIM) and the benefits of being a member of the network
The Danish labour market - including the financial sector - works differently than labour markets in almost all other parts of the world. At this webinar, we will introduce you to both?nice-to-knows and need-to-knows about the Danish labour market - such as how your salary, holidays and other important terms and conditions are defined and how you can have a say.
The first part of the webinar focuses on The Danish bargaining model and flexicurity by associate professor Nana Wesley Hansen.
Nana will give you an insight into ‘the Danish model’ - a description that emphasizes the importance of the voluntarist employment relations system in Denmark, where the state plays a limited role and collective bargaining dominates the labour market regulation.
Trade unions and employers’ organizations greatly influence employment policy, wages and working conditions through this voluntarist system. Moreover, a rather liberal element in the Danish model is the so-called ‘flexicurity system’, allowing employers considerable flexibility when hiring and dismissing workers, balanced by rather generous welfare benefits and access to further education and training for unemployed workers. This system remains supported by both employers and trade unions.
Nana will present the basics of ‘the Danish model’. She will introduce the collective bargaining process, flexicurity and discuss the role of trade unions and Employers organizations in regulating the Danish labour market.
In the second part of the webinar Daniela Vacaretu, Risk manager at Saxo Bank will share her experiences of being new to the Danish financial sector and tell you about Finansforbundet´s social and professional Network of internationals (NIM) and how you can use the network.
NIM is a network for internationally oriented, English-speaking employees working in the financial sector in Denmark. The purpose of the network is to connect international employees across the financial sector in a community that inspires success at work. It is a network, where you will be challenged and inspired, both professionally and personally - and, at the same time, you will have the opportunity to expand your social network. The network is created and run by a volunteer board made up of internationally oriented employees, in collaboration with Finansforbundet.
- “The Danish model’, the collective bargaining process and flexicurity and what it means to you
- The role of trade unions and Employers organizations in regulating the Danish labor market
- New to the Danish Financial Sector - a personal story about living in Denmark and working in the financial sector
- About the activities and advances of the Network of International Members (NIM) at Finansforbundet
Nana Wesley Hansen is an associate professor at the Employment Relations Research Centre (FAOS), Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen. Her primary research area is collective bargaining and cooperation in the public and private sectors - i.e., the Danish bargaining model. Her research interests also include high-skilled labor mobility and global value chains.
Daniela Vacaretu is currently working as Risk Manager in Saxo Bank, and within her role she is designing and strengthening the Non-Financial Risk Management Framework for the Saxo Bank Group. With past experiences is risk functions and project management, Daniela has built procedures, processes, and standards for operational risks, ensuring alignment with regulatory requirements. Having earned a LL.M. from Copenhagen University in International Law and a LL.M. in Business Law, in the early years in the career Daniela’s focus was on human rights and European Law; area where she is still working as a freelance legal consultant on assessments contracted by the European Commission.
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Nana Wesley Hansen