Employment Relations in Denmark
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This chapter examines the main features of the Danish employment relations system. After outlining the role of the main employment relations parties, the chapter examines the employment relations process dominated by the collective bargaining system. It then explores three significant issues concerning Danish employment relations: the increasingly diverse labour market, pressures on wage formation and unequal pay, and the ability of trade unions and employer organisations to maintain high union density and collective bargaining coverage.
|Title of host publication
|International and Comparative Employment Relations: Global Crises and Institutional Responses (7th edition)
|Greg Bamber, Fang Lee Cooke, Virginia Lee Doellgast, Chris F. Wright
|Place of Publication
|Published - 2021