The Danish labour market is constructed and regulated in a way that ensures you the most productive, flexible and secure working conditions possible. The Danish labour market is internationally known for its ‘flexicurity model’. A mix of the terms ‘flexibility’ and ‘security’, this concept refers to a welfare state model that combines a flexible labour market with social security for all workers. Most labour market issues are settled by employers and employees rather than by law.
It is you own responsibility as a foreign freelancer working in Denmark to get to know the Danish law for employment and taxes when working in Denmark. Freelancer Worldwide A/S does only act as a broker and are not responsible for any claims from the danish authorities what so ever. Freelancer Worldwide A/S does only make it possible for you to have a working relationship with a danish employing company. We will however give you direct access to various recommended information when working in Denmark. As a general rule we will however advise you to get some help from a danish accounting firm or person who can help you to make sure your working stay in Denmark becomes a succesfull experience.