My HK password is not working (has been locked)
Only you can create a HK password. If your access is locked, you must log in with NemID or MitID and then create your HK password yourself under 'New password' on My HK.
I forgot my HK password
Please log in using NemID or MitID, after which you can create a new HK password under 'New password' on My HK.
This is the first time I log on to Mit HK
In that case you don not have a HK password yet. You must first log in using NemID or MitID, and then you can create your own HK password.
Do I always have to log in with NemID?
No, only the first time you log in to Mit HK. You can then create your own HK password.
Can I just use my NemID?
Yes you can.
I'm having technical problems logging in
If you are experiencing technical problems logging in, you can call: 4437 1563 during opening hours, which are 6.00 to 24.00
You can receive replacement holiday if you become ill during your holiday. You can also receive replacement holiday if you become ill before your holiday starts. But there are a couple of precautions. Get wiser here.
If you are unlucky and have to take to your bed during your holiday, you have the option to have your holiday replaced in accordance to the Danish Holiday Act.
The rules are in brief:
The first 5 days of sickness during your holiday are considered a waiting period. The waiting period need not be 5 consecutive days. If, for instance, you are ill on days 2, 3, 4 and 5 of your summer holidays, and then get ill again on days 10 and 11, you can receive replacement holiday from the sixth day of sickness and onwards. This also applies if you become ill in your autumn holiday or winter holiday.
The entitlement to replacement holiday does not start until you have notified your employer that you are ill. Therefore, it is important to let your employer know as soon as you fall ill. You should also remember to contact a doctor as soon as you fall ill, so that you can have a medical report made. You must pay for the medical report yourself.
If you have earned entitlement to less than 25 days of holiday, the waiting period is adjusted proportionately.
If you get well before the expiry of your planned holiday, you must remember to let your employer know that you are well again and ready to return to work. You also need to let your employer know if you want to take the remaining holiday or you want to resume work.
You can only choose to take the remainder of your planned holiday, because you are not entitled to take the postponed holiday immediately after letting the employer know that you are ready to return to work after your illness, unless your employer agrees.
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