Collective agreement elections in Denmark: 57,6 % turnout – 100 % digital

This year’s collective agreement elections at the private labour market is historical. A record of 57,6 % in voter turnout and the first collective agreement election with 100 % digital casted votes. In Denmark, a group of the country’s largest unions recently completed the negotiation of collective agreements on behalf of more than 500.000 union members. Following this, OK20 was held, a large election where union members are given the opportunity to cast their vote for or against the proposed agreement. For several years through the 90ties, voter turnout has been declining steadily at this particular election, but this year the positive curve from OK 17 continues, reaching a record turnout


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