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Working with Danes has so many advantages, but it can also be tricky for internationals. Danish bosses provide less guidance - and less supervision! - than bosses in many other working cultures. You're often expected to take the initiative and innovate on your own, but also openly admit to mistakes when you've made them. And in Denmark, it's acceptable to politely disagree with your boss.
Greater flexibility and trust, a flatter hierarchy and more casual clothing. These are some of the differences 38-year-old Valeriia Dzhamalova experiences, when asked to compare the Danish financial sector with the Ukrainian financial sector.