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Original name: Bekendtgørelse (Nr 829 af 2009) om fleksjob.
Name: Flexible Jobs Order (No. 829 of 2009).
Country: Denmark
Subject(s): Employment policy, promotion of employment and employment services
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2009-08-26
Entry into force:
ISN: DNK-2009-R-84728
Bibliography: Order online in Danish Order online in Danish Ministry of Employment,, Denmark, 5 pp. PDF PDF (consulted on 2010-09-24)
Abstract/Citation: Introduces the following 7 chapters based on the Active Employment Promotion Act:
Chapter 1 (art. 1) concerning the scope of the Order, including provisions on expatriate posting.
Chapter 2 (art. 2) concerning areas on the labour market that cannot employ 'flexi jobs' workers (fleksjobs).
Chapter 3 (art. 3) concerning reduction in the subsidies under the 'salary contributions' system to employers hiring a person for a 'flexi job'.
Chapter 4 (art. 4-8) concerning contributions for private sector entrepreneurs with work disablement.
Chapter 5 (art. 9-12) concerning the right to and subsidies for 6 weeks of education of choice under this Order.
Chapter 6 (art. 13) concerning cancellation and refund of contributions in cases of abuse.
Chapter 7 (art. 14-15) concerning the obligation of the local municipality to issue flexi job certificates.
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