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What's the star wars set next inbetween the death star and the endor scene? What a great office! I think Google offices come with slides as well. Perhaps I should suggest it at my work.
It's the perfect MOCing area. I really don't want to die before I've had the chance to work there for a while.
He came back very despondent (there's a high EU migrant community in our town) and felt that it was one rule for some nationalities and one rule for another. :( So it wouldn't surprise me if what you've said is an unwritten rule...
Fantastic photos - I'd love a go on that slide too!
If you would want to work for Lego in Denmark, I think it would be technically possible to do so without speaking danish. But in reality you would have to learn the language to be able to function 100% at work.
Even though swedish and danish are closely related (I understand danes, and the would understand me), I think it's a really hard language to learn. Men man ska aldrig ge upp på förhand. Det är många som har försökt och lyckats!
However, the minute you step outside of Billund (a very small town with not very much to do), you do have to speak a little Danish as almost no one speak English.
So speaking Danish is not a work requirement, but it is necessary to learn to language in order to function outside of Billund.