In Denmark, it is Dantherm's objective that at least 10% of its employees are employed on non-standard terms, for example employees suffering from chronic diseases or flexitime workers.
This objective is part of the company's retention policy, and means that the employees in question can remain in the labour market even though they are unable to work full-time.
Among other things, the work to retain people in the labour market involves the help of mentors. At the Danish company, fourteen mentors have been trained who, by providing advice and guidance, share their knowledge and competencies to support, for example, young people's development and adaptation to the labour market.
In 2013, some of Dantherm's mentors have also passed on their experience on ways of achieving the 10% objective in connection with external company visits or visits to the factory in Denmark.