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Q&A storm about work in Denmark

Q&A session about working in DenmarkOn Februrary 20/21 and 27/28 we are running free interactive Q&A sessions on facebook and LinkedIn. Post your questions about working in Denmark get answers, hints and tips, suggestions and pointers right away. Dagmar Fink will host these sessions regularly and share her knowledge and her views with you. Benefit of these opportunites and see what else you can do to find work in Denmark or to advance your career in Denmark. By participating in the Q&A sessions you will not only get answers to your own questions, but you will also learn from what the others are asking about. 

Students are vey welcome as well. You can never start early enough to improve your chances.

Dagmar is an accomplished business-engineer and has worked for many years at IBM Denmark, Germany and USA as manager and project leader and published two books about Denmark: "Business-Dances with Danes. Decoding Danish workplace culture" and "The Worktrotter's Guide to Denmark". See more at http://www.worktrotter.dk/guide.

When she moved to Denmark, Dagmar went through mistakes, pitfalls and confusion about working in Denmark - similar to you - and through activities like the Q&A sessions, she wants to help others not to run into them. As she says: "We don't need to re-invent the wheel, each expat at a time.

Q&A sessions about work in Denmark on facebook:

Join the Worktrotter-page on facebook and ask away. 
Between the hours mentioned belowyou will get the answers right away.

March 27, 18-19 CET

February 20, 18-19h CET                     February 27, 18-19h CET

Q&A sessions about work in Denmark on LinkedIn:

Join the Worktrotter-page on LinkedIn and ask away.
Between the hours mentioned above you will get the answers right away.

March 28, 20-11 CET

February 21, 10-11h CET                    February 28, 10-11h CET

We are looking forward to your questions and hope you will get the answers you need.

Find more information about working in Denmark.



#2 Abigail 2013-07-28 02:07
I was reading up on applying for working permits and all these really complicated rules. To sum it up, it was basically saying you have to constantly be applying for an extension if you are unemployed and your permit expires, you need,a new one, or if you are fired, you need to apply for a differ kind that allows you to search for work for six months. I was also reading about the studying permits for receiving college education and it had stated that students can only work 15 hours a week....can you apply for multiple cases, working AND studying? Or can you only apply for one?
#1 Givin back my yellow card 2013-07-15 16:19
i will like to give back my yellow card. I just got registered but I'd like to return back. I am british, thanks

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The Worktrotter books

Business-Dances with Danes. Decoding Danish work cultureBusiness-Dances with Danes

For those working with Danes and those trying to find work in Denmark.
This book is also aimed at those Danes who want to become conciously aware of the Danish workplace culture.

Find out how to decode Danish work culture, avoid pitfalls and know how you can bring your messages across when working with Danes. 

The Worktrotter's Guide to Denmark

For current and future newcomers to Denmark.

A practical step-by-step guide about living and working in Denmark. Save time, nerves and money. Be smart and do things right - right from the start.

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