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Website: http://www.hk.dk/
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

HK is the trade union for people working in administrative and sales positions. Many have customer facing jobs.

HK has over 300,000 members and the are working:
64% in administration positions
15% in sales positions like shop assitant
10% in technical positions
11% other type of positions (also leading positions)

65% work in the private sector
35% work in the public sector

HK offers the usual service a trade union and an unemployment fund is about. Advice regarding terms of employment, problems at work, problems with stress, courses for professional development and respectively an insurance for the time of unemployment.

Fees:
- trade union: from 398 - 424 DKK / month
- unemployment insurance fund: 442 DKK / month

Learn more about trade unions and unemployment insurance in Denmark.


Keywords: trade-union, fagforening, unemployment-insurance, a-kasse, administration, shop-assistant

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