According to the Danish Working Environmental Act, the employer is obliged to ensure that employees can carry out the work safely and correctly. This means that the employer must ensure that the employees have the necessary equipment to carry out the work, including a computer, mobile phone, internet etc.
Furthermore, if the employee has any expenses to carry out the work, the employer must refund these.
If the employee is allowed to use company-paid equipment (e.g. computer, internet and mobile phone) for private purposes, please note that this is taxable with approx. DKK 242 per month.
The most common non-mandatory benefits in Denmark.
Some companies give employees an extra week of paid annual leave.
Private pension plans are a standard benefit in Denmark, which the employer and the employee contribute both to (on average 6%-10% of salary). Since public pensions are relatively small, offering a private pension adding it to the salary package makes employers more competitive.
Some tech companies offer employees a set allowance for developing their skills as well as days off to study.
Most tech companies offer flexibility to employees, to choose what hours they want to work and have better work and life balance.
Most tech companies provide hires with various equipment.
Some tech companies offer paid massages to help employees who spend the day in front of the computer.
Depending on the employee's position, some companies offer a bonus based on KPIs.
Some companies give employees free medical insurance.