Denmark new reforms to international recruitment

July 12, 2014
Denmark new changes to international recruitment

Denmark government along with the opposition party leaders have achieved political agreement to improve the nations international recruitment policy, which will facilitate the county’s enterprises to have easy access to highly qualified professionals outside the region of European Union(EU) or European Economic area(EEA).

Significant areas of change include Green card scheme which will go through reforms by laying more focus on education levels along with the changes to points based system.

Another reform includes introduction of fast track scheme, under which a foreign employee in an authorized enterprise may begin to work prior to the grant of his/her work permit 

Besides, Start-up Denmark will be introduced under which residence permits will be issued only for business ideas that are innovative and sets a maximum limit of 50 entrepreneurs to take part in this scheme every year.

Moreover, foreign students, who gained their PhD or MA degree, will be able to gain an establishment card and as well researchers will be given easy and simple access to Denmark.

Furthermore, the major areas of focus include stays for other paid work and agricultural intern scheme .In addition, permissions for international students for benefits of unemployment on terms of graduation will be limited.

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