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Original name: Bekendtgørelse (Nr 1404 af 2011) om en aktiv beskæftigelsesindsats.
Name: Order (No. 1404 of 2011) on Active Employment Promotion.
Country: Denmark
Subject(s): Employment policy, promotion of employment and employment services
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2011-12-28
Entry into force:
ISN: DNK-2011-R-90012
Bibliography: Order online in Danish Order online in Danish Ministry of Employment, Retsinformation,, Denmark, 16 pp. PDF in Danish PDF in Danish (consulted on 2012-05-28)
Abstract/Citation: Contains 7 sections and 20 chapters concerning, inter alia:

Section I - Target groups:
Chapter 1: Target groups.

Section II - Registration, referral, etc.:
Chapter 2: Application, resume and de-registration.
Chapter 3: Assistance in finding work and labour.

Section III - Individual contact process etc.:
Chapter 4: Individual contact programs etc.

Section IV - Services:
Chapter 5: Availability, etc.
Chapter 6: Job etc.
Chapter 7: Manual and upgrading.
Chapter 8: Internship.
Chapter 9: Employment with wage subsidy.

Section V - Additional services:
Chapter 10: Grants for expenditure on equipment, mentoring and partnership
Chapter 11: Transport Allowances etc.
Chapter 12: Damages.
Chapter 13: Upgrading of qualifications during employment.

Section VI - Right and obligation in procurement:
Chapter 14: Time of initial right and obligation in procurement etc.

Section VII - Other provisions:
Chapter 15: Informing the unemployment funds and reporting to the common data base.
Chapter 16: Reports of unemployment funds to the job centre and the common data base.
Chapter 17: Determination of shortage of labour, etc.
Chapter 18: Inventories of time periods.
Chapter 19: Appeals.
Chapter 20: Entry into force.

Repeals Order (No. 482 of 2011) on Active Employment Promotion.
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