Wages and collective agreements

Wages

Read more In Denmark, we do not operate with a legal minimum wage. For this reason, it is important that your workplace provides decent wage and working conditions. Depending on specific and collective agreements, your wage may be combined by various factors.

Collective Agreements

Read more A collective agreement is an agreement about working conditions entered between an employers' organisation or a business and 3F.

Working in the green sector

Read more It is important that you become a member of 3F and the 3F unemployment fund, the moment you get a job. This way you are secured if you are cheated with respect to wages or suddenly laid off. If, for instance, you work in the agricultural sector or within gardening, the following rules apply for you

Working in the hotel and restaurant sector

Read more Become a member of a trade union and unemployment fund when you get employment in Denmark. Here you can get help if you are cheated. You can, at all times, contact the local 3F trade union to apply for membership and get answers to your questions. These are the rules applying to you who work with e.g. cleaning, at a hotel or in a kitchen

Working in the industrial sector

Read more If you get employment in Denmark, it is important that you become a member of 3F and the 3F unemployment fund. You can, at all times, contact the local 3F trade union to apply for membership and get answers to your questions. These rules apply to you who are employed within the industrial sector as e.g. a factory worker.

Working in the transport sector

Read more As a member of 3F and 3F's unemployment fund, you are always welcome to drop by or call us, if you have questions concerning wages and working conditions. We can help you in case you are cheated on the job. These are the rules for you who work within the transport sector as e.g. a driver, warehouse clerk or delivery man.

Working in the building sector

Read more When you get employment in Denmark, it is important that you become a member of a trade union and an unemployment fund. This way, you make sure that you will have the best working conditions and, further, that you avoid being cheated with respect to your wages.

What is social dumping?

Read more Social dumping means that you work at poorer wage and working conditions than what is the ordinary standard in Denmark.