It may be a challenge to navigate the Danish immigration system considering the diverse requirements of information related to the employees’ educational degree, type of work and structure of salary. The company is entirely responsible that the employees hold a valid work and residence permit.
In addition, it is a requirement by law that the employees have access to receiving digital information via “MitID” and are enrolled into the Civil Personal Registry (CPR).
Apart from ensuring the legal documentation, your new employees from abroad are also obliged to pay taxes. The Danish tax system can be complicated to maneuver and the consequences will be fatal in regards to excessive tax payments for your employees if they have not been enrolled correctly to the tax platform. Our tax experts are duly updated on the comprehensive, Danish tax system and they will ensure correct taxation for your employees as well as avoidance of potential excessive tax payments.
Home is our base and where we recharge our batteries – that applies to your employees too, as well as to their families.
In addition to ensuring recharged batteries, the base is also a driver for an abundant access to sparetime activities such as football practice and swimming classes, a daycare set-up for little sister and vaccination of the family pets. We’re engaged in strong networks and have access to supporting your employees and their families in finding proper accommodation – for short as well as long term stays. At COMPA it is pure logic that we handle the families’ needs entirely and 360 degrees.
To arrive in a new country and culture can be very challenging to the employees as well as the hiring company.
A successful stay for the employees – and even an extension of contract – all depends on how well the employees are integrated.
We will help you find the right match of language providers and cultural training programs as well as clarify a potential need for international schooling for the children.