Ordinance On The Common Data Base And Statistical Data Warehouse For The Employment Efforts

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om det fælles datagrundlag og statistiske datavarehus for beskæftigelsesindsatsen

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Overview (table of contents)



Title I



General provisions





Chapter 1



Web services





Section II



Data regions





Chapter 2



Recording and reporting of target groups, etc. and by to-and cancellation as a job-seeker





Chapter 3



Recording and reporting on outcomes.





Chapter 4



Recording and reporting of absences and exemptions, etc.





Chapter 5



Recording and reporting of requests for interviews, etc.





Chapter 6



Recording and reporting of the municipality's follow-up for sickness benefit recipients as well as assessment categories





Chapter 7



Recording and reporting of conversations about cv held by the municipality and the approval status of your résumé





Chapter 8



Recording and reporting of employment measures for recipients of unemployment benefit as well as employed, etc.





Chapter 9



Recording and reporting of employment measures for non-insured, etc.





Chapter 10



Digital communications from job centers for unemployment funds





Chapter 11



Corporate data





Chapter 12



Transmission of education information





Chapter 13



Registration and online reporting and receipt of job schedules and employment measures





Chapter 14



Unemployment of institutions for the use of digital communications for the exchange of information between the unemployment funds, the common data basis and job centres





Chapter 15



Digital communication relating to sickness and quick information for unemployed members of an unemployment fund





Chapter 16



Recording and reporting of information on assessments and decisions on disposal and sanctions





Chapter 17



The reporting of health information





Title III











Chapter 18



Date of entry into force and transitional provisions





Annex 1









The full text of the notice of the common data base and statistical data warehouse for the employment efforts

Pursuant to sections 65 and 66 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 731 of 15. June 2010, as amended by Act No. 1596 by 22. December 2010, law No. 1380 by 23. December 2012 and law No. 895 by 4. July 2013, sections 21 and 22 of law No. 1374 by 23. December 2012 on the training scheme for unemployed persons who have exhausted their right to unemployment benefits, and section 10 (a), paragraph 2, article 104, paragraph 2, and section 106 of the Act on an active employment efforts, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 415 of 24. April 2013, fixed: title I General provisions Chapter 1 section 1 Web services. For the areas where transmission is done via webservice, concluded a connection agreement between the national labour market Board and the controller decreases. In the connection agreement lays down the procedures for the national labour market authority Web service solution, including abate's warranty for it security, interface descriptions, Web standards, test before commissioning, guidelines for notification to the Data Inspectorate, etc.

(2). Alerts must uniquely identify the person making the Declaration. The identification must appear in the Web service call. By reports, which happens automatically, it is only the data responsible customer who can be contacted on.

§ 2. The data responsible purchaser of the developed Web services shall bear all costs, including the costs of testing, preparation of documentation, support, and similar expenses.

Non-compliance with the conditions for connection and the detailed specifications for Web services



§ 3. The national labour market authority may close for acquiring access to the data controller to register and receive data via Web services, see. § 1, if the data controller does not comply with the conditions for connection and the detailed specifications for Web services.

Changes and replacement of the municipality and the unemployment box administrative systems



§ 4. By modification or replacement of the municipal and administrative systems of the institution, as unemployment may have system-related impact on data quality, must be under the direction of the national labour market authority within 40 working days before the change is deployed.

Title II Chapter 2 ranges of Data recording and reporting of target groups, etc. and by to-and cancellation as a job-seeker § 5. The job centre has a duty to record and report information on which persons covered by the contact groups mentioned in § 6, etc.

(2). The job centre has a duty to record and report information relating to and (UN) as a job-seeker.

§ 6. To be made recording and reporting on the following persons: 1) contact group 1: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 1 (a-benefit recipients).

2) contact group 2: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 2 and 3 (cash benefit recipients which are not covered by the introduction programme).

3) contact group 3: recipients covered by introductory program after the Integration Act.

4) contact group 4: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 4, and who receive rehabilitation benefit (revalidender).

5) contact group 5: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 4, and as a participant in a forrevalideringsforløb (forrevalidender).

6) contact group 6: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 5 (sickness benefit recipients).

7) contact group 7: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 7, and who receive unemployment benefit.

8) contact group 8: Registered without performance – that is to say, persons who do not receive public support performance and who wish to be registered as a person seeking work.

9) Graduates.

10) contact group 10: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 7, and who is employed in a Flex job after the old or new system (Flex).

11) Contact Group 11: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 11 (recipients of resource gradient performance).

12) Persons covered by the law on the education system for the unemployed who have exhausted their right to unemployment benefits.

13) contact group 12: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 12 and 13 (recipients of training help) per the 1. January 2014.

§ 7. Information about what a person is covered by the contact group, to be recorded and reported on the same day the person covered by the contact group, see, however, paragraph 6.

(2). When a person no longer receives benefit or are no longer covered by one of the groups referred to in paragraph 1 recorded and reported this at the latest on the event day, i.e. on the last day the person receiving the allowance or covered by one of the mentioned groups. If the event first comes to the municipality's knowledge after event date jobcenterets recording and reporting must take place on the date the municipality receives this knowledge.

(3). By first letter with request for help in connection with cash assistance in the registration happens common data basis for the purpose of communicating with the Service Center.

(4). If there is a difference between a person's residence in the municipality and the municipality of residence, residence the municipality change authority mapping in the common data basis.

(5). The following information must be recorded and reported in the context of contact groups: 1) identification information for that person.

2) date of registration.

3) contact group.

4) Start date of the person covered by the contact group.

5) end date, if a person ceases to be subject to a contact group.

(6). The registration of which a person covered by the contact group on 1 October. January 2014 on the basis of classification pursuant to section 9, paragraph 2, of law No. 895 by 4. July 2013 on amendments to the law on an active employment efforts, law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts and various other laws (reform of the cash benefit system, education cuts, education efforts directed to youth, jobrettet effort to recipients, holistic effort to exposed, etc.), shall be carried out in the period from the 1. October 2013, up to and including 20. December 2013. Registration shall be carried out in a system that is made available by the municipality's it supplier of job centre systems and subsequently reported in the period 21. up to and including December 31. December 2013.

§ 8. Signup as a daily allowance recipient shall be recorded by the person himself, or the person can digitally via Jobnet job centre or request a-kit to make this registration in the common data basis.

(2). Registration as a candidate of the social assistance shall be recorded by the person himself, or the person can digitally via Jobnet job centre to carry out this registration request in the common data basis.

(3). Registration as a recipient of social assistance shall be recorded and reported by the job centre or service center in the common data basis.

(4). For applicants and recipients of social assistance who change match group, must register for the job centre-and if a cancellation is made after the notice on an active employment efforts.

(5). The following information must be recorded and reported in the context of registration: 1) identification information for that person.

2) date of registration.
3) Sign category.

4) Start date for registration.

5) Unemployment level.

6) job titles on the job as the person looking.

(6). The following information must be recorded and reported in connection with cancellation: 1) identification information for that person.

2) date of de-registration. Cancellation may take place on the date of registration and up to 30 days forward in time.

3) reason for unsubscribing.

(7). Persons covered by the law on the education system for the unemployed who have exhausted their right to unemployment benefits, register for administrative contact group 2 (recipients) with match group 1.

§ 9. In section 7, paragraph 5, and section 8, paragraphs 5 and 6, must be continuously recorded electronic data referred to in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 10. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on an individual level is passed on to other public authorities including Statistics.

§ 11. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by either 1) to use the browser-based registry entry in the social portal, or 2) to use the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3.

Chapter 3 recording and reporting on outcomes. conversations, triage and match assessment § 12. The job centre has a duty to record and report information related to conversations held by the job centre as well as information about the match-or visitation group a person covered by regulation. notice on a notice of assessment, as well as match visitation evaluation of cash and training aid recipients.

§ 13. To be made recording and reporting on the following persons: 1) contact group 1: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 1 (a-benefit recipients).

2) contact group 2: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 2 and 3 (cash benefit recipients which are not covered by the introduction programme).

3) contact group 3: recipients covered by introductory program after the Integration Act.

4) contact group 4: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 4, and who receive rehabilitation benefit (revalidender).

5) contact group 5: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 4, and as a participant in a forrevalideringsforløb (forrevalidender).

6) contact group 7: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 7, and who receive unemployment benefit.

7) contact group 10: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 7, and who is employed in a Flex job after the old or new system (Flex).

8) Contact Group 11: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 11 (recipients of resource gradient performance).

9) Persons covered by the law on the education system for the unemployed who have exhausted their right to unemployment benefits.

10) contact group 12: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 12 and 13 (recipients of training help) per the 1. January 2014.

(2). Grading in the context of the assessment pursuant to section 9, paragraph 2, of law No. 895 by 4. July 2013 on amendments to the law on an active employment efforts, law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts and various other laws (reform of the cash benefit system, education cuts, education efforts directed to youth, jobrettet effort to recipients, holistic effort to exposed, etc.) carried out in the period from the 1. October 2013, up to and including 20. December 2013 shall be recorded in a system made available by the municipality's it supplier of job centre systems and subsequently reported in the period 21. up to and including December 31. December 2013.

§ 14. All conversations are recorded and reported promptly by the following information: 1) identification information for that person.

2) date of conducting the interview.

3) interview type.

4) Interview form.

5) Agreement between the person and the job centre on the continued contacts, etc. after the Executive order on an active employment efforts section 29 (1) (8). 5, as well as any special effort after executive order on an active employment efforts section 29, paragraph 2.

6) For persons subject to the notice on the match result of the match reported assessment assessment in the form of the match group. For persons who classified in the context of the assessment pursuant to section 9, paragraph 2, of law No. 895 by 4. July 2013 on amendments to the law on an active employment efforts, law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts and various other laws (reform of the cash benefit system, education cuts, education efforts directed to youth, jobrettet effort to recipients, holistic effort to exposed, etc.) are to be transmitted in the form of visitation assessment group.

(2). The conversation can top are recorded and reported promptly 7 days back in time. Match group shall be valid from the date of registration. Visitation group has effect from 1 January. January 2014.

§ 15. By first letter with request for help and by changes in a person's match group at other times than by a conversation is recorded and transmitted the following information: 1) identification information for that person.

2) date of conducting the interview.

3) interview type.

4) Interview form.

5) Any agreements between the person and the job centre.

6) the result of the match assessment in the form of a match group.

§ 16. They referred to in §§ 14 and 15 data must be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 17. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on an individual level is passed on to other public authorities including Statistics.

§ 18. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by either 1) to use the browser-based registry entry in the social portal, or 2) to use the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3.

Chapter 4 recording and reporting of absences and exemptions, etc.

§ 19. The job centre has a duty to record and report information on absences and exemptions conferred by law on an active employment efforts, Act on active social policy, Act on sickness benefits and the Act on integration of aliens in Denmark.

(2). The job centre has also a duty to record and report information on individuals employed in the older worker job.

§ 20. To be made recording and reporting on the following persons: 1) contact group 1: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 1 (a-benefit recipients).

2) contact group 2: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 2 and 3 (cash benefit recipients which are not covered by the introduction programme).

3) contact group 3: recipients covered by introductory program after the Integration Act.

4) contact group 4: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 4, and who receive rehabilitation benefit (revalidender).

5) contact group 5: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 4, and as a participant in a forrevalideringsforløb (forrevalidender).

6) contact group 6: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 5 (sickness benefit recipients).

7) contact group 7: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 7, and who receive unemployment benefit.

8) contact group 8: Registered without performance – that is to say, persons who do not receive public support performance and who wish to be registered as a person seeking work.

9) persons employed in the older worker job.

10) contact group 10: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 7, and who is employed in a Flex job after the old or new system (Flex).

11) Contact Group 11: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 11 (recipients of resource gradient performance).

12) Persons covered by the law on the education system for the unemployed who have exhausted their right to unemployment benefits.

§ 21. Causes of absences or exemptions shall be recorded and shall be supplied for each of the contact groups and other groupings in accordance with Annex 1.

(2). Recording and reporting must take place on the same day as the reason for the absence comes to the municipality's knowledge or approval of the exemption takes place.

(3). For persons covered by the law on the education system for the unemployed who have exhausted their right to unemployment benefits, put the start date to the day after the termination of the daily subsistence allowance.
§ 22. The data referred to in section 21 shall be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 23. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on an individual level is passed on to other public authorities including Statistics.

§ 24. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by either 1) to use the browser-based registry entry in the social portal, or 2) to use the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3.

Chapter 5 recording and reporting of requests for interviews, etc.

§ 25. The job centre has a duty to record and report information relating to requests for job interviews and other individual interviews and meetings with compulsory attendance.

(2). Jobcenterets it system must be designed so that it can receive the citizen's indication of having seen the summons as well as citizen any update of the meeting date.

(3). Jobcenterets it system must be designed so that it can receive set ups and updates of calls via the common data basis.

section 26. To be made recording and reporting on the following persons: 1) contact group 1: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 1 (a-benefit recipients).

2) contact group 2: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 2 and 3 (cash benefit recipients which are not covered by the introduction programme).

3) contact group 3: recipients covered by introductory program after the Integration Act.

4) contact group 4: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 4, and who receive rehabilitation benefit (revalidender).

5) contact group 5: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 4, and as a participant in a forrevalideringsforløb (forrevalidender).

6) contact group 6: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 5 (sickness benefit recipients).

7) contact group 7: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 7, and who receive unemployment benefit.

8) Contact Group 11: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 11 (recipients of resource gradient performance).

9) Persons covered by the law on the education system for the unemployed who have exhausted their right to unemployment benefits.

§ 27. All calls are recorded and reported promptly by the following information: 1) identification information for that person.

2) Date and time of the interview or thus follow-up will arise.

3) Conversation or follow-up form (personally, digitally, over the telephone, etc.).

4) Conversation or follow-up type (job interview follow-up conversation, etc.).

5) Conversation or follow-up place (location).

6) person's contact options in the context of the conversation.

(2). The call is recorded and reported on the same day as the notice of the summons letter is printed or on the day on which it is given or sent to the person.

(3). If a called conversation or a meeting is cancelled, summoned moves or otherwise changes are recorded and reported promptly to this same day the cancellation or amendment letter printed or on the day on which it is given, communicated or sent to the person.

section 28. By jobcenterets use of the single even booking system are reported in addition to the information specified in § 27 Furthermore: 1) Any times citizen alternatively can choose for the interview the Organisation (date, time of beginning and end of the conversation or meeting).

2) name of the employee who will be in charge of the conversation or meeting.

3) indication of whether the self booking is possible.

4) Possible deadline for even booking.

5) Status and reason information regarding. the conversation/meeting/follow-up.

(2). The job centre transferring lists to the common data basis with cpr. Nr. for persons who are summoned via the joint even booking system.

section 29. Jobcenterets it system must receive the following information from the joint even booking system: 1) in sections 27 and 28 information listed.

2) citizen's selection of the citizen has seen jobcenterets call.

3) citizen's Declaration of a new meeting time.

section 30. In §§ 27 and 28 must be continuously recorded electronic data referred to in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

section 31. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on an individual level is passed on to other public authorities including Statistics.

section 32. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by either 1) to use the browser-based registry entry in the social portal, or 2) to use the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3.

Chapter 6 recording and reporting of the municipality's follow-up for sickness benefit recipients as well as visitation categories section 33. The municipality has an obligation to record and report information on the municipality's sickness benefit follow-up, including follow-up form, as well as visitation categories registered by the municipality pursuant to the Act on sickness benefit Chapter 6.

§ 34. For each held follow-up reported the following information: 1) identification information for that person.

2) Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) Date for the holding of the follow-up conversation or other follow-up.

4) Follow-up form, including follow up without contact with the sick people (standby).

5) Eligibility category.

(2). The municipality also has the opportunity to report the agreements relating to sickness benefit follow-up and assessment of the sick leave need for effort.

section 35. The data referred to in article 34 shall be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 36. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

section 37. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by taking advantage of the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3.

Chapter 7 recording and reporting of conversations about cv held by the municipality and the approval status of the CV section 38. The municipality has a duty to report that the job seekers have full information concerning the person's inlaid work and educational background, etc. (cv) according to Chapter 6 and section 73 (d) of the Act on an active employment efforts. The alert includes the conclusion of the interview, as the municipality in accordance with §§ 14 and 73 (e) of the Act on an active employment efforts.

§ 39. To be made recording and reporting on the following persons: 1) contact group 2: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 2 (cash benefit recipients which are not covered by the introduction programme), and which is in match group 1 (Jobklar).

2) contact group 3: recipients covered by introductory program after the Integration Act, and which is in match group 1 (Jobklar).

3) Persons covered by the law on the education system for the unemployed who have exhausted their right to unemployment benefits.

4) contact group 7: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 7, and who receive unemployment benefit.

§ 40. For every person reported the following information: 1) identification information for that person.

2) Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) Date for the holding of conversation.

4) the approval status of your résumé.

(2). The municipality also has the opportunity to report the agreements with the person on your résumé.

§ 41. The data referred to in article 40 must be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 42. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.
section 43. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by taking advantage of the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3.

Chapter 8 Registration and reporting of employment measures for recipients of unemployment benefit as well as employed, etc.

§ 44. The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to employment measures pursuant to the Cape. 10-12 as well as § § 98 c-98 g, 99 and 116 of the Act on an active employment efforts.

§ 45. To be recorded and reported information concerning measures for the following persons: 1) contact group 1: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 1.2) Persons covered by § § 98 c-98 (g) of the Act on an active employment action (adult learners).

3) Employees covered by section 99 of the Act on an active employment efforts.

§ 46. For each measure transmitted the following information: 1) For all measures: identification information for the person taking part in the measure.

2) For all measures: Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) For all measures: Responsible job centre.

4) For all measures: registering job centre.

5) For all measures: a unique key for each measure (training, wage subsidy employment, etc.).

6) For all measures: starting date for each option.

7) For all measures: end date for each option.

8) For all measures: average weekly hours for each option.

9) For all measures: activation type (economic framework, etc.).

10) job plan: unique key.

11) job plan: date of creation.

12) job plan: date of revision.

13) job plan: employment targets.

14) For business-oriented measures: Jobordreident from Jobnet, if one exists.

15) For business-oriented measures: Type of business-oriented offerings (job order type).

16) For business-oriented measures: activity provider by the CVR and P-number.

17) For employment with wage subsidies into State institutions: Minister area.

18) For business-oriented measures: occupation of the person participating in the measure.

19) courses: course type (category management fee).

20) For courses: CVR-number and P-number of company activity provider.

21) For courses: keep ID.

§ 47. The data referred to in section 46 shall be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

section 48. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on an individual level is passed on to other public authorities, see. chapters 11 and 12 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts, including Statistics.

(3). Data for persons born between 1. January 1946 and 31. December 1952, employed with wage subsidies in whole or in part in the period 1. January 2010 to 31. December 2016, passed to the ATP and TAX for the purpose of calculating tax credits for seniors, see. section 16 (1) (8). 6, of the law on tax credits for seniors.  Provided the following information: Cpr.nr. and the start and end dates of the individual measures.

(4). Data on persons in the contact group 10 passed to fund Prevention and retention for the purposes of the administration and control of a Flex job bonus, see. section 24 (a) of the law on the Fund for Prevention and retention, and section 4 of the Ordinance for a Flex job bonus. Provided the following information: URCpr.nr., the contact group, the starting date for the contact group, measure, start and end dates of the individual measures as well as the activity provider (company registration number).

§ 49. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by either 1) to use the browser-based registry entry in the social portal, or 2) to use the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3.

Chapter 9 Registration and reporting of employment measures for non-insured, etc.

§ 50. The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to employment measures pursuant to 1) Chapter 10-12 of the Act on an active employment efforts, 2) section 72 of the Act on an active employment efforts, 3) section 74 of the Act on an active employment efforts concerning assistance to short-term courses, 4) § § 75-75 (c) of the Act on an active employment efforts, 5) § § 98 b-98 (g) of the Act on an active employment efforts , 6) section 116 of the law on an active employment efforts, 7) section 30 of the Act on active social policy, 8) Chapter 6 of the Act on active social policy, as well as 9) Chapter 4 of the Integration Act.

(2). The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to reimbursement for personal assistance to persons with disabilities pursuant to §§ 4, 5 and 14 of the law on compensation to disabled people in occupations as well as section 76, paragraph 4, of the Act on an active employment efforts.

(3). The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to support for mentor function pursuant to § § 78-81 of the Act on an active employment efforts.

(4). The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to grants for assistive devices pursuant to section 74 of the labour instruments and less workplace furnishings, §§ 76-77 and 100 of the Act on an active employment efforts.

§ 51. To be recorded and reported information concerning measures for the following persons: 1) Persons covered by section 2, nr. 2-10, of the Act on an active employment efforts.

2) Persons covered by § § 98 c-98 (g) of the Act on an active employment action (adult learners).

3) recipients covered by introductory program after the Integration Act.

4) Persons, which is self-supporting, which receives Danish training or some kind of bid, see. section 16, paragraph 3, and article 23, paragraph 5, of the Integration Act.

5) persons covered by reimbursement for personal assistance for persons with disabilities, in accordance with article 3. sections 4, 5 and 14 of the law on compensation to disabled people in the profession, etc. as well as persons covered by reimbursement for personal assistance, see. section 76, paragraph 4, of the Act on an active employment efforts.

6) persons covered by mentor function, see. section 78 of the Act on an active employment efforts.

7) Persons covered by section 98 (b) of the Act on an active employment action (rotation Temps).

8) Persons subject to sections 74, 76-77 and 100 of the Act on an active employment action (receiving assistive devices).

§ 52. For each measure transmitted the following information: 1) For all measures: identification information for the person taking part in the measure.

2) For all measures: Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) For all measures: Measure type with underlying categories.

4) For all measures: starting date for each option.

5) For all measures: end date for each option.

6) For all measures: average weekly hours for each option.

7) For all measures: the main performance for the character of the measure. If there is talk about self-reliance, is applied to this.

8) For all measures: indication of whether we are talking about an open offer, IE. a quote where the activated only gets paid maintenance for the hours, the person has taken part in the offer, and which does not shut down, even though the person is not appearing.

9) For business-oriented measures: Place code for where the measure is carried out.

10) For business-oriented measures: activity provider by the CVR and P-number.

11) For business-oriented measures: address of work place by lack of registration and/or P-number.

12) For wage subsidies in governmental institutions: Minister area.

13) For business-oriented measures: occupation of the person participating in the measure.

14) For courses: CVR-number and P-number of company providing the activity.

15) For courses: keep ID.

§ 53. The data referred to in article 52 shall be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 54. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on an individual level is passed on to other public authorities, see. chapters 11 and 12 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts, including Statistics, see. However, paragraph 3.

(3). Data for the categories in section 51 (1) (8). 5, in this Ordinance is not shared.
(4). Data for persons under the age of 18 will be transmitted to the Ministry of children and teaching common data basis for the purpose of management of law for guidance on training and professions, as well as a duty to education, employment, etc., including control measures, see. section 68 a, paragraph 8, of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts. Provided the following information: URCpr.nr., measure and the start and end date for each measure.

(5). Data for persons born between 1. January 1946 and 31. December 1952, employed with wage subsidies in whole or in part in the period 1. January 2010 to 31. December 2016, passed to the ATP and TAX for the purpose of calculating tax credits for seniors, see. section 16 (1) (8). 6, of the law on tax credits for seniors.  Provided the following information: Cpr.nr. and the start and end dates of the individual measures.

(6). Data on persons in the contact group 10 passed to fund Prevention and retention for the purposes of the administration and control of a Flex job bonus, see. section 24 (a) of the law on the Fund for Prevention and retention, and section 4 of the Ordinance for a Flex job bonus. Provided the following information: URCpr.nr., the contact group, the starting date for the contact group, measure, start and end dates of the individual measures as well as the activity provider (company registration number).

§ 55. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by either 1) to use the browser-based registry entry in the social portal, 2) to use the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3, or 3) using Social Agency's ftp server, see. (3).

(3). Data for the categories in section 51 (1) (8). 7, are reported in accordance with paragraph 2, nr. 3. Chapter 10 Digital communications from job centers for unemployment funds § 56. The job centre has a duty to record and report events and information, which are necessary for the administration of the rules of the institution in the unemployment law on unemployment insurance, etc., see. section 104 of the Act on an active employment efforts and chapter 15 of the Executive order on an active employment efforts.

§ 57. To be made recording and reporting on the following persons:

Contact Group 1: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 1.

Members of an unemployment fund, engaged in a Flex job, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). For members of an unemployment fund, engaged in a Flex job, must only be done recording and reporting under section 59.

§ 58. For events, contained in sections 95 to 99 and sections 101 and 102 of the ordonnance on an active employment efforts, recording and reporting take place on the same day or no later than the day following that on which the event takes place.

section 59. For events, contained in section 100 of the ordonnance on an active employment efforts are the following: 1) reporting of a quotation beginning must take place at the earliest on the date of the donation and not later than the date of the quote begins.

2) there should be reporting of a quote's termination on the end date for the offer.

3) if in the course of the offer is a change in the start-and end-date or as well as in the average weekly hours, recording and reporting take place on the same day or no later than the day following that on which the change is made to the jobcenterets knowledge.

4) If the job centre after the end date will get information about changes in the start and/or end date, recording and reporting take place on the same day or no later than the day following that on which the change is made to the jobcenterets knowledge.

5) If the job centre after the end date will receive information about the changes in the average weekly hours (for the total sequence) or if a change in the start and/or end date means a change in the average weekly hours (for the whole course), is to be done recording and reporting thereof on the same day or no later than the day following that on which the change is made to the jobcenterets knowledge.

(2). By recording and reporting in accordance with paragraph 1 must indicate the current status of the quote.

section 60. For events covered by sections 58 and 59, the following information must be reported: 1) identification information for that person.

2) Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) Event date.

4) event type.

5) Possible cause for the incident.

6) any further comment on the incident in free text.

(2). For events relating to referrals of persons for the purposes of recruitment in ordinary employment or wage subsidies/traineeship, which in addition to the information referred to in paragraph 1, shall be reported as follows: 1) identification information for the company.

2) information about the job.

(3). For events covered by section 59, IE. events contained in section 100 of the ordonnance on an active employment efforts, which in addition to the information referred to in paragraph 1, shall be reported as follows: 1) identification information for the company.

2) Current status of the activity.

3) Start and end dates for the activity.

4) average weekly hours for the activity.

section 61. Jobcenterets it system must be configured so that transmission takes place automatically when the actual event or information is recorded correctly in the it system used for the handling of the case.

§ 62. The data referred to in article 60 shall be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

section 63. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on an individual level may be communicated to that person's unemployment fund, other public authorities including Statistics.

section 64. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by either 1) to use the browser-based registry entry in the social portal, or 2) to use the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3.

Chapter 11 corporate data section 65. Jobcentrets it system must be able to receive the following information from the common data basis across municipal boundaries, so that data are available for the job centre: 1) companies ' use of employments on special terms (wage subsidies, Flex jobs, adult learners, service jobs and job rotation Temps) and offers of traineeship the past two years, so that the job centre has available information on, on which companies have been udplaceret in the municipality and citizens across municipality borders.

2) Data on corporate job postings on Jobnet the last two years.

§ 66. Data must be received weekly in the national labour market authority specified by format.

Chapter 12 reporting of education information § 67. The Ministry of education shall transmit information to the national labour market authority, see. section 68 (a), paragraphs 9 and 10 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

section 68. Reported information on training for the following persons: Persons in the age group 15-29 years.

section 69. For each person under 30 years of age reported: 1) identification information for the person taking part in the training.

2) Education code for identification of training.

3) Start and end time for training.

4) Status code for the training, including on training are ongoing or completed.

section 70. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on individual level of training from the Labour Agency's common data basis, see. section 68 (a), paragraph 9, of the basic regulation. section 58 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts disclosed to municipalities.

Chapter 13 Registration and online reporting and receipt of job schedules and employment measures, § 71. The municipality has an obligation to record and report information relating to job schedules and employment measures, including education, 1) Cape. 9 – 13 (b) of the Act on an active employment efforts, 2) § § 98b – 99 of the Act on an active employment efforts, 3) section 116 of the Act on an active employment efforts, 4) §§ 21, 22 and 23 (a) – 23 (c) of the Integration Act, and 5) law on the training scheme for unemployed persons who have exhausted their right to unemployment benefits.

(2). The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to support for mentor function pursuant to § § 78-81 of the Act on an active employment efforts.

(3). The municipality has an obligation to report information relating to grants for assistive devices pursuant to section 74 of the labour instruments and less workplace furnishings, §§ 76-77 and 100 of the Act on an active employment efforts.
(4). The municipality has a duty to receive the information referred to in paragraph 1, if a citizen of people grouped according to § 72, Nos. 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19 are moving to the municipality.

section 72. To be recorded and reported information concerning measures for the following persons: 1) contact group 1: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 1 (a-benefit recipients).

2) contact group 2: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 2 (cash benefit recipients in match group 1 which are not covered by the introduction programme).

3) Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. (3) (cash benefit recipients in match tier 2 or 3 which are not covered by the introduction programme).

4) contact group 3: recipients covered by introductory program after the Integration Act.

5) contact group 4: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 4, and who receive rehabilitation benefit (revalidender).

6) contact group 5: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 4, and as a participant in a forrevalideringsforløb (forrevalidender).

7) contact group 6: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 5 (sickness benefit recipients).

8) contact group 7: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 7, and who receive unemployment benefit.

9) contact group 10: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 7, and who is employed in a Flex job after the old or new system (Flex).

10) Contact Group 11: Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 11 (recipients of resource gradient performance).

11) Persons covered by the law on the education system for the unemployed who have exhausted their right to unemployment benefits.

12) Persons covered by section 98 (b) of the Act on an active employment action (rotation Temps).

13) Persons covered by § § 98 c-98 (g) of the Act on an active employment action (adult learners).

14) Employees covered by section 99 of the Act on an active employment efforts.

15) Persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 6, 8, 9 and 10.

16) Other self-supporting, which can get deals after the Act on an active employment efforts.

17) persons covered by reimbursement for personal assistance for persons with disabilities, in accordance with article 3. sections 4, 5 and 14 of the law on compensation to disabled people in the profession, etc. as well as persons covered by reimbursement for personal assistance, see. section 76, paragraph 4, of the Act on an active employment efforts.

18) persons covered by mentor function, see. section 78 of the Act on an active employment efforts.

19) persons subject to sections 74, 76-77 and 100 of the Act on an active employment action (receiving assistive devices).

section 73. For each measure shall be reported, the following information: 1) job plan: identification information for the person taking part in the measure.

2) job plan: Municipality code for reporting municipality.

3) job plan: Responsible job centre.

4) job plan: registering job centre.

5) job plan: unique key.

6) job plan: date of creation or revision.

7) job plan: Date of registration in the case management system (the reporting system).

8) job plan: employment targets.

9) job plan: background.

10) job plan: Plan Description.

11) job plan: Agreed follow-up.

12) job plan: progress report.

13) For all measures: identification information for the person taking part in the measure.

14) For all measures: Municipality code for reporting municipality.

15) For all measures: Responsible job centre.

16) For all measures: registering job centre.

17) For all measures: Date of registration in the case management system (the reporting system).

18) For all measures: activity provider/company CVR-and P-number.

19) For all measures: a unique key for each measure (training, wage subsidy employment, etc.).

20) For all measures: starting date for each option.

21) For all measures: end date for each option.

22) For all measures: indication of activity status, if this is ' cancelled ' or ' disconnected '.

23) if the status of a measure, the reason for the status and comment on status/reason is specified.

24) For all measures: average weekly hours/minutes for each option.

25) For all measures: activation type (economic framework, etc.).

26) For all measures: Breadwinner type.

27) For all measures: information about the bottleneck.

28) For all measures: venue.

29) For all measures: Contact information for provider/company.

30) For business-oriented measures: Jobordreident from Jobnet, if one exists.

31) For business-oriented measures: job description.

32) For business-oriented measures: Type of business-oriented offerings (job order type).

33) For business-oriented measures: occupation of the person participating in the measure.

34) For employment with wage subsidies into State institutions: Minister area.

35) course sequences: Title on course.

36) courses: Description of the course.

37) For courses: course type (category management fee).

38) For courses: Educational type – DUN/AMU.

39) For courses: keep ID.

40) For courses: information about EVS. internship in progress.

41) citizen's consent to digitally receive and sign for job plan and activations (quote after the Act on an active employment efforts Chapter 10 – 12).

42) Information as to whether there are paid or not.

§ 74. Information concerning measures for the Cape. 9 (job schedules) of the Act on an active employment efforts must be recorded and reported when the job plan is created and subsequently when the job plan be revised.

(2). Information concerning measures for the Cape. 10 – 12 (offer of activation) of the Act on an active employment efforts and according to §§ 21, 22 and 23 (a) – 23 (c) of the Integration Act shall be recorded and transmitted when the offer is made to the citizens.

(3). Information relating to measures under Chapter 13 (Flex) and § § 98 b-98 g (rotation temps and adult learners) of the Act on an active employment efforts must be recorded and reported when his employment agreement.

(4). If there is a change in the information reported in accordance with paragraph 2 – 3, these again are reported. However, the change of status and cause of status as well as changed the end date because of status change for an offer after the Act on an active employment efforts Cape. 10 – 12 are reported without the other information genindberettes.

§ 75. The data referred to in article 73 shall be continuously recorded electronically in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

§ 76. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

(2). Data on an individual level is passed on to other public authorities, see. chapters 11 and 12 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts, including Statistics.

(3). Data for persons under 18 years of age and which are covered by section 72 nr. 2 – 6 is transmitted to the Ministry of children and teaching common data basis for the purpose of management of law for guidance on training and professions, as well as a duty to education, employment, etc., including control measures, see. section 68 a, paragraph 8, of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts. Provided the following information: URCpr.nr., measure and the start and end date for each measure.

(4). Data for persons born between 1. January 1946 and 31. December 1952, employed with wage subsidies in whole or in part in the period 1. January 2010 to 31. December 2016, passed to the ATP and TAX for the purpose of calculating tax credits for seniors, see. section 16 (1) (8). 6, of the law on tax credits for seniors. Provided the following information: Cpr.nr. and the start and end dates of the individual measures.

(5). Data on persons in the contact group 10 passed to fund Prevention and retention for the purposes of the administration and control of a Flex job bonus, see. section 24 (a) of the law on the Fund for Prevention and retention, and section 4 of the Ordinance for a Flex job bonus. Provided the following information: URCpr.nr., the contact group, the starting date for the contact group, measure, start and end dates of the individual measures as well as the activity provider (company registration number).

§ 77. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Notification to the joint data bases as well as receipt of the information referred to in article 6. section 71, paragraph 2, is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by taking advantage of the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3.

Chapter 14 the unemployment institutions for the use of digital communications for the exchange of information between the unemployment funds, the common data basis and job centres
§ 78. The unemployment insurance fund has an obligation to record and report information pursuant to section 106 of the Act on an active employment efforts of its own members to use for updating the common data basis as well as for the use of the jobcenterets administration in accordance with the Act on an active employment efforts and regulations laid down pursuant to this Act.

(2). The information must be recorded and reported the same day that the information coming to the knowledge of the institution or in the absence of unemployment as a decision taken in the unemployment insurance fund.

§ 79. The unemployment insurance fund has an obligation to receive and process 1) information about its own members ' status in the common data basis, 2) jobcenterets notifications in accordance with Chapter 15 of the Executive order on an active employment efforts and 3) other actors ' notifications under section 5 of the Ordinance on the other actors.

section 80. Information in accordance with §§ 78 and 79 are exchanged electronically via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by either 1) to use the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3, or 2) file transfers via ftp-server.

(3). File transfer may only be used for information, which the national labour market authority not provides Web service available for Exchange.

Chapter 15 Digital communication relating to sickness and quick information for unemployed members of an unemployment fund § 81. The municipality has a duty to receive and process the following information about sickness and quick information concerning available members of an unemployment fund from the common data basis: 1) First sick day.

2) Last sick day.

3) Notification date for a sick-or his recovery.

4) record date for a sick-or his recovery.

section 82. By notification of sickness absence from the unemployment insurance fund via SDPI solution has the municipality, through its it system for processing of sickness benefit, a duty to perform lookups in the common data basis to receive information under section 81.

(2). At the opening in accordance with paragraph 1, the municipality's it system unique key (UUID) for the case of the common data basis.

(3). If you do not know the spread in accordance with paragraph 2, already has been an his recovery, the municipality's it system will receive subsequent automatic message when it encounters an his recovery in the common data basis.

section 83. The digital communication with the common data basis in accordance with §§ 81 and 82 are made via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be used by taking advantage of the interfaces (Web services), as the national labour market authority has developed, see. sections 1-3.

Chapter 16 recording and reporting of information on assessments and decisions on disposal and penalties § 84. The municipality has an obligation to record and report information about the administration of the rules on the disposal and sanctions for applicants and recipients of cash assistance and recipients of resource gradient performance.

§ 85. To be made recording and reporting on the following persons:

Persons covered by the Act on active social policy, sections 13-13 c, §§ 36-43 and § 93 (a).

Persons covered by the Act on active social policy, §§ 69-69 f.

(2). There must also be recorded and transmitted information on the spouse of a person covered by paragraph 1, nr. 1, in so far as, the spouse is also affected by a sanction on the basis of the municipality's decision in accordance with the rules referred to in paragraph 1, no. 1. section 86. The municipality shall report the following information from the payment systems: 1) identification information for that person, 2) municipality municipality, acting as code 3) which decision taken, 4) the reason that the municipality has taken the decision, 5) date of decision 6) the municipality's decision concerning an eventual spouse of a person who is covered by the categories in article 85 (1). 1 and 7) the period for which the penalty relates.

section 87. For the categories referred to in article 85 (1). 1, the municipality must also report the following information from the administrative systems in the job centre: 1) identification information for that person, 2) municipality code for reporting municipality, 3) event that is the reason why the municipality has assessed the person's available, 4) date of incident, 5) the result of the municipality's occupancy assessment, including the decision that the person should not have a penalty, and 6) date of result of occupancy assessment.

section 88. In §§ 86 and 87 shall be continuously recorded electronic data referred to in the municipality's administrative systems, so that the records are in accordance with the authorisation and payment information for the persons concerned.

section 89. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse, as well as of the common data basis in the national labour market authority, see. sections 58 and 59 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts. Data used by the national labour market authority to extract cases to the Agency's municipal occupancy supervision, see. section 13 (d) of the Act on an active social policy.

(2). Data on an individual level may be disclosed to other public authorities, see. chapters 11 and 12 of the law on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

section 90. Data shall be recorded in such a way that data can be transmitted in electronic form to the national labour market authority. Alert to the common data basis is done via the it functionality that is made available by the national labour market authority.

(2). The it functionality, as referred to in paragraph 1, shall be used for file transfers via ftp-server.

Chapter 17 reporting of health information section 91. The Danish State Serum Institute to report health information to the national labour market authority, see. section 68 (a), paragraph 13, of the Act on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts to use for statistical and analytical purposes.

section 92. Transmitted health information on the following persons: Persons in the age group 15-64 years of age who are covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2 or receive cash assistance and are covered by the integration programme in accordance with the Integration Act.

section 93. For every person reported: 1) From the national patient register and the register of Psychiatry: identification information for that person, as well as all contact with the hospital system with start and end date and associated diagnosis.

2) From health insurance register: identification information for that person, as well as all contacts to the practitioner and specialist, divided into specialties as well as the time of contact.

3) From the national alcohol treatment register and the register of drug addicts in treatment: identification information for that person, as well as the start and end date for the examination and treatment type.

§ 94. The reported data are used by Social Agency's statistical data warehouse in the national labour market authority, see. section 59 of the Act on responsibility for and management of active employment efforts.

Title III



Chapter 18-entry into force and transitional provisions § 95. The notice shall enter into force on the 2. October 2013, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 4.

(2). Registration and declarations under section 51, no. 8, begins when the technical reporting solution is releaset.

(3). Reported pursuant to section 71, paragraph 4, shall enter into force for persons under section 72, no. 5-19 when the technical solution is releaset.

(4). Reports submitted pursuant to section 72, no. 3 – 7, nr. 12-17 and no. 19, will commence when the technical reporting solution is releaset.

(5). Executive Order No. 1420 by 23. December 2012 on the common data base and statistical data warehouse for the employment efforts is repealed.

The national labour market authority, the 25. September 2013 Marie Hansen/Klaus Henrik langager



Annex 1 Forms in this Annex specifies the reasons for absences, exemptions and periodic conditions that must be recorded and reported for the individual contact groups depending on which match group a person finds himself in.

The legal base for that one person can be the subject of an absence, an exemption or an intermittent relationship exists in the following laws: – law on an active employment efforts.



– Act on active social policy.



– The Act on integration of aliens in Denmark (the Integration Act).



– Law on sickness benefit (Act on sick pay).



– As well as in executive orders issued pursuant to the said laws.

The schema also contains conditions that are exclusively administrative.



Cause of absenteeism or exemption, etc.









Must be registered in the following groups









Temporary work





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1)







Contact Group 8:

Enrolled without performance







Civic duties





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:
Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 6:

Sickness benefit recipients







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 8:

Enrolled without performance







Contact Group 10:

Employees in Flex jobs







Maternity (max 14 days)





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 8:

Enrolled without performance







Contact Group 10:

Employees in Flex jobs







Contact Group 11:

Recipients of resource gradient performance







Under the age of 18 and without parents with dependent





Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Can not get early retirement or old-age pension





Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Maternity





Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 10:

Employees in Flex jobs







Contact Group 11:

Recipients of resource gradient performance







Holiday





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 8:

Enrolled without performance







Contact Group 10:

Employees in Flex jobs







Contact Group 11:

Recipients of resource gradient performance







Holiday with performance





Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 11:

Recipients of resource gradient performance







Illness-sick leave





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients

(By disease surpasses a subsistence allowance recipient to be receiving sickness benefit – the citizen must still be registered as per diems receives by short-term illness)







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 8:

Enrolled without performance







Contact Group 10:

Employees in Flex jobs







Contact Group 11:

Recipients of resource gradient performance







Disease – health aggravated by work





Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1)







Disease – Health worsens upon activation





Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1)







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match tier 2)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 11:

Recipients of resource gradient performance







Worked partially resumed without prejudice. sick dagpengelovens section 13, paragraph 4, nr. 2.





Contact Group 6:

Sickness benefit recipients







Expected to resume work full time within the first 13 weeks of sick leave referred to in article 6. sick dagpengelovens section 13, paragraph 4, nr. 3.





Contact Group 6:

Sickness benefit recipients







Be operated within 13 weeks of the basic regulation. sick dagpengelovens section 13, paragraph 4, nr. 4.





Contact Group 6:

Sickness benefit recipients
The disease prevents individual interview (personal appearance) see. sick dagpengelovens section 13, paragraph 5.





Contact Group 6:

Sickness benefit recipients







Follow-up without contact, see. sick dagpengelovens section 13 (6) of the Act on an active employment efforts § 18 (3) of section 73a, paragraph 5 & (Standby)





Contact Group 6:

Sickness benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match tier 2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match tier 2/3)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match tier 2)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match tier 2/3)







Part-time employment (over 20 hours/week)





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







On the way in job

(within 6 weeks).





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 6:

Sickness benefit recipients







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Recruitment within 4 weeks





Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Maternity leave within 6 weeks.





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 6:

Sickness benefit recipients







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 10:

Employees in Flex jobs







Maternity within 4 weeks





Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







On the way to retirement/fleksydelse (within 6 weeks).





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 10:

Employees in Flex jobs







On the way to a pension (folkepension) (within 6 weeks).





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 10:

Employees in Flex jobs







Division of labour, weathering ell. material shortage





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Contact Group 10:

Employees in Flex jobs







Exemption available under participation in deals





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1)







Taking care of own children





Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 11:

Recipients of resource gradient performance







Taking care of sick m. v





Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 11:

Recipients of resource gradient performance







Military service





Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 11:

Recipients of resource gradient performance







Special rest for persons covered by the Act on an active employment efforts § 2, nr. 3 and recipients are covered by the integration program in Match tier 2
(and, in some cases, Fleksvisiterede, Revalidender and forrevalidender)





Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match tier 2)







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match tier 2)







Contact Group 4 and 5:

Revalidender and Forrevalidender (in Match Group 1/2)







Contact Group 7: Fleksvisiterede (in Match tier 2)







Contact Group 11:

Recipients of resource gradient performance







Even selected education (part-time)





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Custom training (full time)





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 7:

Fleksvisiterede (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Older worker job





Contact Group 8:

Enrolled without performance







Training





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients

When a free daily allowance recipient participating in e.g. first aid course on his own initiative-shall not release for something.







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)

Can possibly. used for training, which fall under the Ordinance on education-seekers entitled to cash assistance and home help after the Act on active social policy in specific cases – if this is not a quote-do not exempt for something.







Contact Group 3:

Recipients covered by the integration program (in Match Group 1/2/3)-do not exempt for any







Training notice issued





Contact Group 1:

Benefit recipients







Contact Group 2:

Recipients (in Match Group 1/2/3)







Special training scheme





People who have lost their right to unemployment benefits

NB: must be in Contact Group 2 in match 1

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