The danish
way to work

Are you also looking for a work environment where you have a voice? And where creative and critical thinking is encouraged?
Flat hierarchy and collaboration

Everyone's opinion counts

Danish organisations and companies generally have a flat structure, with low levels of hierarchy. Employees are encouraged to speak their mind, share ideas and opinions and – even disagree with management.

Concepts like knowledge sharing, collaboration and delegation are cultivated, while micro-management and pecking orders are considered as ineffective management tools.

Danish wages are also globally competitive. In fact, Copenhagen has the 6th highest wage level in the world. Despite having a relatively high level of taxation,  the average Dane’s purchasing power is still high. With the added value of everyone enjoying the benefits of free healthcare, education and much more.

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