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The Nordic supermodel is under pressure

The whole world looks to the North with its high rates of employment, equality and welfare. But if the Nordic model is to maintain its vitality towards 2030, this requires renewal and political action.

The trade union movement joins forces in new EU-Office

Illustration: Europa-Parlamentet 

Joining forces: The central organisations LO, FTF and Akademikerne are setting up a joint EU-Secretariat in Brussels. This is a natural consequence of shared interests in the EU. In future, one joint secretariat will see to all lobbying in the EU on behalf of the three organisations.

Common goals for EU's labour market

Fremtiden for Europas arbejdsmarked 

Decent labour market conditions must go hand in hand with high productivity and competitiveness. These are some of the common goals that LO, FTF, AC and DA have presented in their new joint declaration on European policy, "The future European labour market".

Collective bargaining round 2014: Sensible settlement

The social partners in industry - CO-Industri and DI - have agreed on a renewal of the collective agreements for hourly-paid workers and salaried workers for the next three years. A sensible settlement says LO-President Harald Børsting.



LO launches proposal for "European Growth Initiatives"

At the meeting of the ETUC Steering Committee in Brussels, LO-Denmark launched its proposal “European Growth Initiatives” which sets out a wide range of initiatives that aim to create and support new growth in Europe.

Europe needs more targeted and carefully prepared efforts with both short- and long term effects with the main aim of restoring growth.

The initiatives listed in LO's proposal are very specific and the report includes estimates of the expected outcome in terms of jobs and GDP for each initiative.

European Growth Initiatives 


Social dumping  

Social dumping is about unfair competition on pay and employment conditions in the EU member states. The unfair competition may originate from cross-border employees or from businesses’ services offered across borders or the relocation of businesses to low-pay countries.

Read more about the aspects of social dumping from a Danish perspective in our publication on this issue,

"The borderless fight against the undermining of Danish workplaces".










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