Foreign companies are obliged to register in the Danish registry for foreign service providers (RUT). The registry is controlled by the Danish Business Authority with particular demands to register information on posted workers and the type of services provided. In addition, the WEA supervise whether foreign companies comply with occupational safety legislation and whether they have been notified in RUT and if it has been properly done. The Danish Unions, for an overview visit: https://lo.dk/
Denmark’s biggest union 3F has been successful in engaging Eastern European workers by intensifying outreach and facilitating union meetings in workers native tongue, collaboration with delegates and using social media and Facebook for mobilization.
In addition to the unions protection of workers from being abused by employers and putting pressure on Danish wages there is hope that the new reform highlighting equal work for equal pay will have an effect on social dumping.
Following the adoption of the enforcement directive in 2014. A Danish parliament majority adopted a foundation to ensure payment for foreign employees posted from other EU/EEA countries. Arbejdsmarkedets Fond for Udstationerede (AFU) is financed by all Danish employers.
www.workindenmark.dk provides information on job conditions and requirements for foreigners as well as employers looking for foreign workers the Ministry of employment
https://ihcph.kk.dk/ International House is a public-private partnership specialized in providing information for foreigners working or looking for work in Denmark