30 January 2016
Newly elected President of LO, Lizette Risgaard, has invited the on-call taxi company Uber to social dialogue.
17 December 2015
In September 2015, Denmark's Prime Minister invited the social partner confederations to tripartite discussions about the integration of refugees into the Danish labour market.
10 September 2015
A collective agreement giving Danish public sector workers a 4.45% pay rise over the next three years has been agreed by the Ministry of Finance and the Danish Central Federation of State Employees’ Organisations. In return, the unions have agreed to take no industrial action while the agreement is in force.
24 July 2015
Verdict in the Danish Labour Court recognises the right of Danish unions to issue notice of industrial action including sympathy strikes against the Irish airline Ryanair.
25 June 2015
Airline workers take Ryanair to court over refusal to discuss collective agreement.
04 June 2015
Three measures to improve the working environment in Denmark have been agreed by parliament.
12 May 2015
A heated debate broke out in autumn 2014 about the introduction of a statutory national minimum wage in Denmark. The call for renewed discussion from the President of the Confederation of Professionals in Denmark (FTF) was met with opposition from most employees’ and employers’ organisations, which argued for retention of the Danish labour market model.
05 February 2015
For the first time since the crisis began in 2008, the renewal of collective agreements in the private sector gives grounds for optimism. Not only do the new agreements cover three years, union members also voted to accept the proposed settlement with the biggest 'yes' vote since the turn of the millennium.
17 February 2014
On 7 January 2014, a new round of collective bargaining started in Denmark in the private sector, under the auspices of the Danish Confederation of Danish Trade Unions (LO ) and the Confederation of Danish Employers (DA ). The negotiations covers almost 600,000 employees.  http://www.lo.dk  http://www.da.dk
25 April 2013
Scandinavian airline company SAS , partially owned by the governments of Sweden, Denmark and Norway, has not made a full-year profit since 2007. Several times during the past decade the employee organisations have made concessions in their wage and working conditions.  http://www.sasgroup.net/SASGroup/default.asp