Danish Public Employees Vote on Their Collective Agreements Using Electa

On Sunday, April 14th, voting concluded in the collective agreement elections for public employees. Using Assembly Voting’s flagship product Electa, over 400,000 public employees in fields ranging from education to healthcare and government were eligible to vote, and they voted overwhelmingly to approve the collective agreements drafted in February of this year. These agreements cover items such as salaries, working hours, working conditions, and more. 

As a provider of voting solutions for the collective agreement elections, both for public and private employees, for more than a decade, Assembly Voting is pleased to report that the conduction of the elections went smoothly and according to plan. Additionally, all ballots were cast digitally and turnout reached 66% while 87% of voters cast ballots in favor of the agreements.

Fast Facts: Collective Agreement Elections 2024

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The ratified agreements will remain in effect for all public employees for two years, after which new agreements will be drafted and subject to a vote once more. Assembly Voting looks forward to continuing to provide solutions for the Danish workers, unions, and companies involved in these votes for years to come.

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Mark Grønbæk Jensen

Senior Project Manager – Assembly Voting

Again this year, it has been a huge pleasure to take part in the “Danish model” of elections. For some of the organizations, we succeeded in helping them to get their highest ever levels of turnout, and for that I feel proud of what I do.”

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