New employees who know that their families have somewhere to turn to, to sort out any problems, have been shown to adapt faster to their jobs and stay for the full duration of their contract.
Using tailor-made programs with individual coaching sessions, proactive door opening, group workshops or networking meetings, our professional guidance and dedicated support is often the helping hand that makes the difference and turns a stay in Denmark into a positive experience for all parties involved.
In our work, we draw on an extensive network of language trainers, integration consultants, relocation specialists, psychologists, recruitment agencies, public sector employees as well as foreign professionals living in Denmark.
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“It is incredibly important (…) we recognise that employing a knowledge worker also means taking responsibility for their family and helping them settle in”
Karina Boldsen, Chairman of the board at International Community, taken from www.dr.dk/penge, 23/12/09: Companies are not doing enough to take care of international employees
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It’s funny how one can be on their best behavior in a situation and yet be seen to be something else by the other person. This is particularly true in intercultural interactions.