Temporary employees were not comprised by user company's collective bargaining agreement

Temporary employees hired through temporary employment agencies were not comprised by a user company's collective bargaining agreement. This was established by an arbitration award of 17 February 2016 in the matter between the Danish Union of Electricians and the Confederation of Danish Industry. Consequently, the rule of presumption, which was created in connection with the Bravida-judgment, has been further modified to the effect that temporary employees will not be comprised by the collective bargaining agreement of the user company.

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