In Denmark, your employer is obligated to provide you with an employment contract
All Danish employers are obligated by law to provide you with an employment contract. You are entitled to a contract if you are under employment for at least a month and more than eight hours per week. The contract describes the specific conditions of your employment.
If the general terms of your employment are regulated by a collective agreement, the employment contract will typically include a reference to this specific agreement.
You can read more about the required information for an employment contract as well as other useful information about working conditions at lifeindenmark.dk.
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