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Red flags in the recruitment and employment process

arrow A group of foreigners are presented to the employer by a person (often of the same nationality and/or ethnicity as the foreigners) with good Danish or English skills, claiming to be, for example, a friend or family member or just someone who wants to help. The person speaks on behalf of the persons in the group and waits while these persons are at the job interview.


arrow Employment documents submitted to the company are filled out in a higher level of Danish than mastered by the job applicant.


arrow The employment documents are delivered by a 'friend' or 'family member' on behalf of the job applicant.


arrow The applicants seem nervous or secretive and/or act as if they have received instructions from a third party.


arrow A third party calls the company to talk about a friend or a family member who would like to work for the company.


arrow There is an increase in the number of non-Danish speaking workers of a certain nationality who are organised by one subcontractor of the same nationality.


arrow When comparing the employees' phone numbers, it becomes evident that several of them have stated the same phone number.


arrow When comparing the employees' addresses, it becomes evident that several of them have stated the same address.


arrow When comparing the employees' account information, it becomes evident that several of them have stated the same account information.


arrow When comparing the person stated by the employees as the person to be contacted in an emergency, it becomes evident that several of them have stated the same person independently.