Business service in Denmark consists of three elements: business service, better coordination across municipalities, and Jobservice Denmark. Business service became of focus with the employment reform of 2014.
Business service became a point of focus in Danish employment policy with the implementation of the employment reform of 2014. Business service consists of three elements: business service, better coordination across municipalities, and Jobservice Denmark. The reform, which brought business service into being, entered into force 1 January 2015, with the exception of Jobservice Denmark which came into force 1 July 2015.
As part of the Employment Reform, The Danish Agency for Labour Market and Recruitment has created a methodology manual to inspire job centre managers to develop models and methods for supporting the development of well-qualified, improved services for businesses at job centres. This methodology manual will give you, as a manager, specific recommendations and inspirational examples from other job centres on how to develop your business service. The methods and models in the manual are built on good experiences from different job centres from all over the country.