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A new job and a new life in Denmark

As a new employee in a new country, there can be many questions that you do not have the answer to, such as:

  • How do I handle challenges at work?
  • My family is having a hard time settling in. How can I help them?
  • Is it possible for me to find housing closer to work?
  • How do I apply for an extension of my Danish work and residence permit?

At Onboarding 2 Denmark, we help you gain control of the practicalities underpinning your new life in Denmark, so that you can focus first and foremost on your new job.

 “Since we moved here, we have heard people talking about how difficult it was to get settled and get their CPR number. We didn’t experience any of those difficulties, because Annette helped everything go so smoothly and quickly. We would strongly recommend her to anybody – we only wish we could go back in time and tell those people to use her services as well!”

Lydia and Mike, moved from England to Denmark in September 2018

“Working with Annette was brilliant! Her knowledge of the onboarding process in Denmark was invaluable. She was always very responsive and made the process so easy from start to finish – we felt like we were in safe hands from the beginning. Annette is a pleasure to work with and we could not recommend using her highly enough!”

Tom and Gillian, moved from England to Denmark in December 2018

Achieve better balance in your everyday life

If you experience challenges settling down in your everyday life, I can help you gain an overview of the situation, both personally and professionally. The method is called systemic coaching. Through conversations about your development wishes, I can help you achieve better balance in your life.

I am curious about your world and how you understand it. I focus on the social and organizational patterns and relationships that you are a part of and the way you act in them.

Read more about systemic coaching.

Are you going to start a new job? I understand both sides of the table, and I am happy to assist you with discussions or advice before a potential job interview.

New life in Denmark
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