How do I tackle US and global leadership challenges?

  • culture, Employees, leadership, US
At this event, kindly hosted by Maersk in cooperation with Aperian Global, DABF members and guests gained valuable insight into how to tackle leadership challenges from global, personal and organizational perspectives. We got useful advice from Dr. Ernest “Ernie” Gundling, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Aperian Global, as well as Jens H. Jensen, Head of HR at […]
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How do I incentivize my US workforce?

  • benefits, Employees, incentives, salary, US
Read here to learn more from Mercer, Maersk and Radiometer about the differences between Denmark and US when it comes to setting up incentive programs for your US employees
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What are the main differences between Danish and US employment laws?

  • differences, employment laws, Holland & Knight LLP, Kromann Reumert, US, US employees
Do you know how much vacation you must give your US employees? Do you offer a competitive incentive plan? Did you know you can't ask applicants about their criminal record? Make sure you know at least these 5 key differences in US and Danish employment law before you employ staff in the US.
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Use your Digital Natives’ talent well!

  • Camilla Ley Valentin, Digital Natives, Employees, Inspiration, Queue-it, Social Media Strategy, Startups, Tech, trends
Camilla Ley Valentin, Co-founder & CCO at Queue-it, helped us understand the Digital Native as an employee, and more At our April 21st Networking Evening to celebrate Women in IP, hosted jointly with Awapatent, keynote speaker Camilla Ley Valentin brought inspiration and energy from the startup and tech world.  She covered what it’s like to start […]
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What types of employment discrimination are there in the US and what do the laws state?

  • Discrimination, Employees, Employing Americans, Holland & Knight LLP, nepotism, Sexual Harassmen
Here are some clues from Christopher G. Kelly & Howard Sokol from Holland & Knight LLP from our “Employing Americans” event in March 2015. Prohibitions against discrimination in the workplace are contained in federal, state and local laws. Foreign companies should be especially aware of the potential for complaints of discrimination on the basis of national origin...
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Are unions a big factor when employing staff in the US?

  • Employees, freedom of contract, Holland & Knight LLP, Regulation, Statistics, strike, Unions
Here are some clues from Christopher G. Kelly & Howard Sokol from Holland & Knight LLP from our “Employing Americans” event in March 2015. Most employers in the United States have a direct relationship with their employees (i.e. no union representation). Even when unionized, a company’s basic management entrepreneurial decisions are not subject to negotiations with the unions...
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