Minister of Employment Claus Hjort Frederiksen of Denmark

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Claus Hjort Frederiksen has been the Danish Minister for Employment since 2001.
Describing the reform initiatives, Minister Frederiksen said they are “not defensive,” but are rather “offensive and aimed at assuming a positive posture for tomorrow's global economy.
However, Minister Frederiksen said that government had to confront a number of challenges in organizing the reforms, foremost of which was “setting the soil” in order to prepare Danish citizens for their implementation.
Minister Frederiksen said that the reforms would benefit the Danish economy and population on three fronts, namely, by increasing the labor force, by raising the level of education and vocational training, and by promoting research and innovation.
Minister Frederiksen said that the value of the Danish welfare reform program is that it serves as a good example to European states that there is an alternative to the US.
Frederiksen is a Scandinavian surname patronymic of Frederik.
The Stop Hetzen Petition to beskæftigelsesminister Claus Hjort Frederiksen was created by and written by Tomas Oszlar (tfogmxnet.
Cutting taxes for lower income groups is "where we think we can make the biggest difference to the labor supply, by getting these people into jobs," Frederiksen said in a telephone interview on Friday.
Frederiksen said that immigrants allowed into the country had to have a job waiting for them.
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Frederiksen said he would raise the issue with employers and enterprises.