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Prepare for your stay in Denmark, or for hiring new employees, by reading our Workindenmark publications

Workindenmark has produced a series of publications with information that will help you to get off to a good start, whether you have come to Denmark to work, or you have hired an employee from a foreign country.

We have divided our publications into two categories: publications for employees and for employers. You can read, download or print the publications you need.

Publications for Employers

Rekruttering fra udlandetIs your company having difficulties finding an employee with the right skill set in Denmark? Workindenmark can help you find qualified candidates abroad - and give them a good start in Denmark (in Danish).

Publications for Employees

Live and Work in DenmarkDo you want more information on living and working in Denmark? We have collected the most essential tips and information for you here.

Make it work in DenmarkMeet 7 expats currently working and living in Denmark. They share their experiences about working and living in Denmark to inspire others who are considering relocating to Denmark.

Tips for your job search in Denmark in generalAdvice on job search in Denmark. 

Make it Work in Denmark E-learning courseThis flyer gives you a short introduction to Workindenmark's e-learning course on job search "Make It Work in Denmark".

Denmark needs dedicated healthcare professionalsLooking for a career as a medical specialist in Denmark? Read about your possibilities and learn more about the process of getting a job in Denmark.

If you are an employer, it might also be a good idea to look through the publications for employees, in order to be informed of their rights and obligations and to be able to help a new international employee during their stay.

Til dig der har fået job i udlandet (Danish)What to do if you got a job abroad? Find out here.

If you are unable to find the information you are looking for on this website or in one of our publications, you are welcome to contact Workindenmark