What is Volts policy? / The Future of Work

Foreign labor?

Volt supports workforce mobility by removing existing barriers. Our policy tries to improve conditions for both permanent and temporary migrants. It has to be done in different ways, and you can read more about that here.

Below are a few concrete proposals for what we want to do in Denmark.

Firstly, we will:

  • Lower the amount limit (the annual salary requirement) to DKK 325,000 per year. At the moment it stands at DKK 465,000.

Secondly, we will:

  • Reduce processing times in SIRI, which deals with work and residence permits. Currently, the shortest processing time targets are 1 month. By making them shorter, it becomes easier for our companies to adapt quickly.

Volt's 5+1 focus areas

We have big challenges, but we can solve them together when we work together!

These are Volt's 5+1 focus areas in ALL of Europe:

See Volt Denmark's policy
  • 01

    Smart State

    An innovative state takes care of its citizens and is at the same time ready with flexible solutions. We will therefore strengthen both our digital AND our human solutions.

  • 02

    Economic rebirth

    In order to meet the challenges of the future, we must rethink the economy in Europe. From the labor market to our monetary and financial policy.

  • 03

    Citizen involvement and democracy

    We want to strengthen the individual citizen's voice in everyday life. It is a failure of democracy if citizens are only listened to at election time.

  • 04

    Social Equality

    Volt wants an equal society where the individual potential can be unleashed, and here Volt wants to take the lead and take greater responsibility.

  • 05

    Global Balance

    The western world is responsible for a large emission of CO2 and therefore we must also be at the forefront of developing solutions.

  • +1

    EU reform

    We have a vision for Europe that guarantees equal access to education, healthcare and social protection and employment opportunities for all. A Europe where citizens have the same rights and can trust that everyone contributes and benefits equally from their commitment.