Denmark -Business eager to recruit CEE workers -June 18, 2013

A new study published by the research centre FAOS deals in particular with the labour strategy and practices that companies have developed in relation to the use of the Eastern European labour. It also looks into the proportion of companies and industries that make use of labour from the east. The researchers conclude that the CEE workers with lower salary demands who arrives in Denmark, possibly without any family commitments, hence willing to work and be flexible, will more than likely be perceived as attractive labour for many businesses. Only 6% of businesses responding to the study said they had been forced to use foreign workers primarily because they could not fulfil vacancies.

English: http://faos.ku.dk/english/news/danish-companies-use-of-eastern-european ...

 

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