Confederation of Danish Employers
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
Vester Voldgade, 111-113
Copenhagen V DK-1790
Avenue de Cortenbergh 168
Mr Pernille Knudsen
Ms Dorthe Andersen
The Confederation of Danish Employers (DA), founded in 1896, is a non-profit organisation funded by subscriptions from member organisations. 13 employers’ organisations with an overall membership of around 24,000 private companies in the manufacturing, retail, transport, service and construction businesses are members of DA.
DA represents the interests of its member organisations in the Danish and European political systems. The main objective is to influence regional, national and European policy-makers in order to increase the competitiveness of Danish companies and ease their access to skilled labour. Furthermore DA ensures the effective coordination of the mutual interests of employers when collective agreements are negotiated in Denmark. DA supports and promotes the use of collective bargaining and considers it vital to ensure that labour markets are, as far as possible, regulated through flexible collective agreements.
DA has been represented in Brussels since 1973.
The principal tasks of DA’s office in Brussels and DA’s European activities can be divided into five categories:
- Monitoring the decision-making process in the EU-institutions in relation to labour market issues
- Gathering of intelligence and functioning as a centre of information between the Danish head office and European stakeholders
- Taking part in the European Social Dialogue and negotiating European agreements
- Actively participating in business networks, advisory committees and the decision-making process of BusinessEurope
- Promoting the interests of Danish employers and ensuring compatibility between EU legislation and the Danish labour market model
Nogle af de initiativer og sager som organisationen følger i 2015 er f.eks.
- unge beskæftigelse og kvalifikationer
- udvikling af vekseluddannelse
- fri bevægelighed for arbejdskraft og indvandring
- European semester og economic governance
- social dialog forhandlinger
ACVT, ACSH, ACEO, Kommissionens rådgivende udvalg for arbejdskraftens frie bevægelighed, Kommissionens rådgivende udvalg for koordinering af sociale sikringssystemer, ESF den europæiske socialfondsbestyrelsen.
The purpose is to ensure that European regulation is compatible with the Danish labour market model and promotes a flexible labour market.
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Derudover 10 personer med 5% af arbejdstiden
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DA is member of
- BusinessEurope, the Confederation of European Business
- IOE, the International Organisation of Employers
- BIAC, OECD’s Business and Industry Advisory Committee
DA nominates a member of the European Economic and Social Committee EESC and also holds a seat on the Social Dialogue Committee.
01/2014 - 12/2014
400,000 € - 499,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
Udregningsmetode og overslag over omkostning tager udgangspunkt i nye retningslinjer og indeholder blandt andet også kontingent til medlemskab af europæisk organisation. Forbehold tages for at beløbet kan justeres.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.